It depends on why you want it, but if I were going to spend that much, I would get the DJI Mavic instead. The Karma scores higher on the camera, but the Mavic scores higher on all the other categories, which trumps the Karma. The Mavic is more durable and a safer buy. It's lighter, more portable and it has an obstacle avoidance system which the Karma doesn't have. It has better tracking and smart modes and it has much better battery life and range. The Karma is slower, has 1/2 the range and 1/3 less flying time. GoPro excels at making cameras. DJI excels at making multicopters.
Wait until you have some experience flying drones so there is less risk and so you have a better understanding of what you like and what's important to you. You think you know right now, but you won't really know for sure until you have some practical, hands-on experience flying drones. There are so many different multicopters available today at so many different price points, you need to get a sense of why you prefer one feature or attribute over the next. Plus, the market is changing so quickly that I probably wouldn't buy super high-end today because it won't have the newest cool feature that comes out tomorrow. Unless, of course, I have money to burn.
As I said in the first question, don't rule out owning more than one drone. If you can get two drones that both look great and that have different strengths for the same price as the Karma, to me that's preferable.
One final piece of advice I have is "don't look back." You're clearly doing your due diligence and research to make the best decision you can. Once you make that decision and make a purchase, don't second guess yourself or say "I wish I would have...." It's all a learning experience. There's always going to be something better just around the corner. But if you keep waiting for it, you'll never have fun with what's here today.