The extra feature of the Pro ISO version to make a Resolve Project with grouped iso streams and a timeline with edits/fades is freaking amazing at this cost. Relinking to camera masters should be a quick force conform.
Also the Atem Stream bridge seems like an ideal solution for people using streambox like technology to work remotely.
It is a high resolution color space/standard designed to replace what we are currently using (multiple standards -rec709, dci, srgb- based on the output). One advantage to working in Aces is you can utilize transform nodes provided by the manufacturer to bring images shot at different color spaces (such as logc or slog) into a high res linear color space. This would be more accurate than a lut to rec709 and would not incur the same clipping. The concept is to make grading easier once all images are in a linear color space (you can apply grades from different cameras to each other with minimal differences between shots).
In addition, establishing a standard from hardware to software should make calibrating monitors easier if everything is coming from the same color space. Your limitations would be only hardware, not hardware and color space you are outputting.
Finally, Aces is a huge color space, meaning archival of a project will keep as much color information from your camera as possible.
Looking at the examplehttp://youtu.be/UPc75dUu1Es?t=1m8s
The tiles in the roof and the sidewalk is not recoverable in post.
If I am doing my math right that is 4.32gb per minute.