I understand the advantages of Macs over PCs... and I can almost accept that when comparing the prices of Macbook Pros over comparable PC laptops... or the Macbook Air over high end highly portable PC laptops. However, I don't understand Mac Pros. You have to spend literally 3x as much ($3000 vs $1000) to get comparable systems. The higher end you go, it doesn't really get any better. At the super high end, I built a Mac that was over $6000 and was underpowered compared to a $2500 system. What am I missing? For the lower end products I can see paying a few hundred extra dollars to go Mac instead of PC. But for these higher end systems, how can the price differences be justified? I'm not trying to troll; I'm just honestly curious from Mac Pro owners who spent the coin they did why they spent more money for less juice (or far more money for equal juice).