https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/04/apple-pushes-the-reset-button-on-the-mac-pro/ http://daringfireball.net/2017/04/the_mac_pro_lives About time? Too little too late? Glory praise be to Apple? The current gen Mac Pros are terribly designed, there is no doubt. Good on Apple for admitting that publicly after all this time. But now we have to wait until 2018 some time to get a tower that can hold a motherboard and some PCI-E slots? As a long time Mac customer and previous fan (that fandom died 2 years ago for me), I'm not sure I can hold on that long. That's made worse by the constant failings of macOS in a high end environment (poor disk/IO performance, poor network performance, enterprise-standard protocols breaking and not being fixed, etc, etc). No date confirmed yet. "Not this year" is as good as Apple will give us, which puts 2018's WWDC mid-year as a likely candidate. What do other Mac Pro customers think of this? I hope we can avoid the "Macbook Pro / iMac is good enough for anyone" style comments in this thread, and hear from people with high end requirements, and what they're doing today to get by.