A decent bump in performance for my 2017 build with a new graphics card, whilst also adding more storage from a previous planned file server build and some additional RAM now that memory prices are somewhat sensible again.
Why the 2080 Ti? Well, the initial pricing didn't thrill me - but the subsequent price drop, and chance to sell off my 1080 to offset its cost made it a much more appealing option. This improves performance considerably on my 3440x1440 ultra widescreen, and should also give some considerable future proofing for the next few years.
A CPU upgrade may be on the horizon, along with the planned second graphics card that I'll add someday for virtualisation, but for now the plan is to simply move the storage over from SSHD's to purely SSD's. When the next SSD price drop strikes, the plan is for the whole combined 6TB of storage to be running strictly from SSD's - preferably on as few individual disks as possible.