Oh alright, we can include the four people who bought Broadwell CPUs too. I think there are lots of people in my position right now - those who wisely invested in 4c8t 2600k, 3770k or 4770k's many years ago, which have seen a good long life but are now seriously considering upgrading after the cost/performance ratio is finally becoming quite attractive after the release of Zen 2 (because we definitely need another Zen 2 thread!) I was all geared up to upgrade. I had booked a first class ticket on the hype train, got myself a window seat and a table, but I am now slightly underwhelmed compared to what the leaks had me daydreaming about. I find myself thinking "wellll I could hold on for another year or 18 months, when NVME storage is slightly cheaper, DDR5 is out and 16c is the "mainstream high end" 4770k equivilent, no chipset fan (probably)". I have a 4770k at stock but undervolted so it is cool and silent, 12GB of DDR1600 (preferred over my 8GB of 2133MHz) 2 sata SSDs and a 1070ti. My chip overclocks to 4.3GHz. The 4770k / 1070ti pairing seems to be a good balance of CPU/GPU power and I doubt I'd want to upgrade GPU without upgrading the rest first. But on the other hand, new shiny. A 12c CPU will probably last me another 5 years. Also no more sata cables as I'd go NVME and SATA M.2 drives! And I have already bought my new case! Anyone else in this position and waiting impaitiently for the reviews to see whether it is worth it?