I completely stopped following the Mac Pro news perhaps over a year ago, and all of a sudden a few days ago my friend told me that the Mac Pro had been updated. My original reaction was "yeah right," but I took a look at the Apple website and saw that they've lined up a complete overhaul. What I wanted to ask is why the internal storage thing is a big deal. Dont the thunderbolt capabilities mean that you can just buy external enclosures and use whatever hard drives you want at no loss of bandwidth or speed? Maybe I'm missing something, though. Are thunderbolt enclosures not available for reasonable prices yet? Is there something that would make SATA III faster than thunderbolt? Just trying to get myself updated.