I've been finding the performance of Lightroom frustratingly slow at rendering ORF files for quite a while, and I'm finally at the point of considering a serious hardware upgrade for my computer (which I realized is now more than 4 years old). Before I do that though, I'd like to have a better sense of how much of a difference newer hardware would make. I was thinking that there are a substantial number of folks on this forum with pretty good machines, and if a few could run a sample workload as a benchmark, it would help immeasurably in the task. Basically, the idea would be to time (with a stopwatch) Lightroom's import and rendering of a pre-selected set of ORFs using some common settings (Adobe default image settings, 1:1 previews, no other operations), and report back here. Preferably using the same Lightroom version (5.x), but I doubt that will make a whole lot of difference. Would anybody be willing to do this? If there is interest, I'd be more than happy to provide a set of images. Thanks!