If you're not crunching numbers, doing a lot of video editing, or using Phootshop with massive images, then there's no point in getting a Socket 2011 system. Besides there are other things that Socket 2011 doesn't enjoy that 1150 does, such as native USB 3.0 and PCI-Express 3.0 support, more SATA 6 Gbps ports, and that none of the Socket 2011 processors have an internal GPU that you could use to accelerate some tasks... including video editing and compute.
And I'm under the belief still that if you're going for Socket 2011, either go big or go home. And those processors aren't very cheap.
Also everything will become "last year's tech" in a few years. I'm still using a i5-2500, and I don't feel like I need to upgrade.