The fully loaded iMac Pro is an absolute powerhouse machine that also happens to cost the price of a car. This video takes a look at what that stratospheric cost of entry gets you in practice and if it's worth it.
Coming to you from Parker Walbeck, this video follows him as he pits a $14,000 fully loaded iMac Pro against a fully loaded iMac. While we can compare the two on paper all day, we all know that rarely do differences in specs proportionately correlate with differences in performance in practice, particularly since software tends to lag evolution of hardware. Of course, as you might expect, there's a bit of a law of diminishing returns at play, meaning it's up to you to decide if the performance improvements are worth it. I think it's important to remember that most anything you can do on these top-shelf computers can be done on most any decently equipped late-model computer, just at the cost of time and perhaps with a bit rougher user experience. It's therefore very much a question of if the time saved in your work is worth it (and perhaps if the smoother experience will make you happier).