Ok, I've been clinging to this trusty PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0Ghz machine for a while now. This puppy has three 19" LCDs hooked up to it, 8GB of RAM, and I'm now used to the nice amount of screen real estate. It's rock solid, just a bit clunky and slow for certain tasks. This is the PowerMac7,2 model with a geekbench score of a whopping 1460. I've been starting to use Xcode for iPhone app development on my laptop and I'm running into the need for snow leopard more and more, like CS5. Enough is enough, I need a new computer. I use my current PowerMac G5 as my primary machine for my home business. Use it like 8-10 hrs a day. It's mostly graphics/logo/dtp work in Illustrator/InDesign, with occasional Photoshop work and very rarely Quark (thankfully!). This also includes other non-hardware intensive apps like xcode, Filemaker (with LARGE databases), Dreamweaver, Word, Web apps, etc. I don't play games, and only occasionally do some light video stuff. I've been using Macs since my first mac IIcx in 1991 and I've always been a "power" user geek. The thought of having an all-in-one scares me from a longevity point as well as lacking the upgradability of a tower. So the iMac is not really something I'd lean toward. I have no problem buying a used 2008 Mac Pro, or any other option like the 2010 base model Mac Pro, etc. Just wanted some advice since I feel the top-of-the-line Mac Pro would be total overkill for a user like me, but I don't want to miss out on anything. Any help is appreciated, thanks.