I personally don’t. Others might differ.
If you choose to do that, you’d possibly want to drive it over SPDIF, because it looks like it’s a bit sensitive to USB noise.
There’s options there, I think you can do both SPDIF and USB with your Fiio (be careful with SPL levels if you decide to compare the Fiio’s analogue output with the one from the Schiit, they can vary quite a bit and louder will sound better, so check they’re within .3dB of each other with a SPL meter or an iDevice app).
The most common endpoints if you’re OK with a bit of assembly seem to be from HiFiBerry and Allo, and you could also choose to stream to USB. Here again, there’s a long list of stuff that’ll work, at pretty much all pricepoints, and build involvement levels.
The idea behind “endpoints”, or streamers, which are small computers, is that they’ll be less physically and electronically noisy than your iMac. In the case of the Schiit’s USB input, that might make a difference. In case you don’t already know this, there’s a tradeoff to choose there: USB can give you higher sampling rates, and well-done SPDIF can give you better clocking (with USB, the dac controls the clocking, while with SPIDF, it’s the streamer (or “endpoint”, in roon talk), so if your streamer’s clocking is tighter than your DAC’s, it’s conceivable you’d get an improvement from running SPIDF, if it’s the other way around, then, USB).
That advise, in this case, would, once again assuming that the Fiio measures up to spec, be wrong.