Love those Oklahoma post-rain sunsets! (Taken with instagram)

Love those Oklahoma post-rain sunsets! (Taken with instagram)

Awesome video! These kids are pretty cool.

Awesome-completely awesome!

It’s a new set Sunday! (Taken with Instagram at Journey Church – North Campus)

It’s a new set Sunday! (Taken with Instagram at Journey Church – North Campus)

Muppabet - Genius

Genius self-assigned design project. I want every one of these as a print.

Turkey’s in!! Love me some cooking! (Taken with instagram)

Turkey’s in!! Love me some cooking! (Taken with instagram)

Lovin the music video shoots! (Taken with Instagram at Arbuckle wedding chapel)

Lovin the music video shoots! (Taken with Instagram at Arbuckle wedding chapel)

No better way to wake up. With family and about to put in the turkey for thanksgiving #1!! (Taken with instagram)

No better way to wake up. With family and about to put in the turkey for thanksgiving #1!! (Taken with instagram)

Man, part of me would love to move to a big city. Cool ways to wake up.  (Taken with Instagram at Wilson Building)

Man, part of me would love to move to a big city. Cool ways to wake up. (Taken with Instagram at Wilson Building)

The Mac v Mac Pro Experience

While I agree with most of what he says and understand his viewpoint, I still feel that Apple knows that while the Mac Pro has never been it’s top seller, it’s utilized by some of their most ardent supporters, the professional video community. While it is possible to run Final Cut Pro flavors on a standard iMac or MacBook Pro quite well, there are needs that the professional community have for expansion and raw power that cannot be matched by the all in one iMac. And for larger projects that involve digital graphics, special effects and 3d rendering environments, an iMac just doesn’t cut it most of the time.

While this is a smaller market, most of the buyers in this category are not worried near as much about paying the premium for these machines. And let’s not forget that this is the same community that launched Final Cut and Apple Pro Apps to the levels of ubiquitous use that they enjoy today.

Apple may decide in the future to discontinue the Mac Pro, but for the sake of the power user, I truly hope they don’t.