Always open to collab in case you need an editor.
These channels have lots of tutorials that might be what you looking for.https://www.youtube.com/user/mtmograph Check the Summit playlist.https://www.youtube.com/user/LongLiveMikey Has lots of quicktips and a playlist of essentials.
I believe the best way is to create a head mount. It will sell the FPS view accurately.
Check these videos:
They show how the headmount was made.
I was not mentioning the ultrabooks because if we give a few more bucks we can outperform them easily.
If your are really to change for FCPX then yes, it will perform flawlessly. Take a look at this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7sqJFe-XBc. One of the best reviews I've seen that really makes you think if the 2016 version is worth getting. It seems that sometimes it looses in performance to the generation before or is just the same.
I'm going straight to the point here since some stuff has already been said bay Josh. I'd point out that if you use PPro and want a system with a gpu go for windows. Premiere Pro is much faster on a windows machine at the same price range of any mac.
I've got a Clevo with a GTX1060 and a i7 6700HQ for around 1500€ from Obsidian (I'm also from Portugal and found this shop a few months ago) and it has been the best investment on a laptop since the nvidia laptop 10 series are pretty much neck to neck with their Desktop brothers.
On that price range I would jump on the mirorless party. Look at Panasonic g80/g85 and Sony a6500. Both under 2000 with lens and you still have some spare to get some other equipment. Compare them ands see which one is suitable for your needs and the type of content you'll be producing.
I got the same remarks as Stephen. Keep up the great work.