So I just got done building a 16 core xeon (2x) 2687w, 6gb Nvidia Titan, 64gb Crucial Ballistix and Samsung 840 Pro SSD machine for the new Mac Pro 12core. I've been debating it for a while but I just can't stand to fragment my workflow by messing with Windows and it's versions of software. I hate not having hot corners, multiple desktops, messages, FCPX, thunderbolt (yes I know I can buy another card) etc. On top of that, I generally don't like having to work on two machines. I have a maxed out late 2012 iMac but it's just not up to the task when handling 5k video and massive After Effects projects, which is why I built the 2nd machine, but it's just turning into a headache to switch back and forth from editing to graphics on two machines. So, I think I'm going for it. Selling my iMac and PC and jumping onto the nMP bandwagon. It won't be as powerful, but will pay off in spades in reducing my complex workflow. Not to mention not having daily "windows updates" ;P Am I crazy for doing this? I know I'm going to take a massive hit monetarily and performance when jumping ship... Oh, and in before, "Cool story bro..."