I'd pretty much agree. The PS4 is a good console and if you're picking one up then you might as well get the best version of it if it doesn't feel like much extra. That the best version of it could be better doesn't take anything away from the core console. Later releases of consoles often have additional advantages that make them more reliable as well (although maybe that wouldn't be the same for something that's a bit different). I suppose it's possible that Sony and Microsoft are both looking at more frequent incremental upgrades as their strategy, in which case it's also possible that Sony could intend to release another version with more extras in the next few years. Still, if you want the console and don't currently have one then I'm not sure it'd be worth waiting that long anyway. It could also be possible that Sony will add the 4K Blu-ray support after all, especially if the numbers don't look as strong for the Pro. There might be an advantage to holding off on pre-orders for a while. I don't think I'd upgrade since I probably wouldn't get too much out of the new features, 4K support doesn't really make a big difference to me at the moment in general. Still, I suppose that could change in the next couple of years (especially as the price goes down).