I know, I know....this has been discussed countless times, however, I'm in need of some opinions and a sort of sounding board. At present, our web development office are using a mis match of computers and I want to improve the look/feel of the office and that will possibly include changing the computers that are in use. At present, they are using: 1 x Custom PC with a Core i5 2400 3.1GHz CPU, 8GB Ram, 120GB SSD, ATI 5570 GPU 1 x Dell Laptop with a Core i7 720QM 1.6GHz Quad Core CPU, 8GB Ram, 250GB 7200rpm Hdd, nVidia GPU 2 x HP DC7900 with a Core 2 Duo 3.16GHz CPU, 4GB Ram, 500GB 7200rpm Hard Drives, ATI low profile GPU We've just invested quite a lot of money and time setting up an internal HP server running Windows Server 2012 to store all client work, etc, and I was surprised that when connecting the computers to the domain, there was the option to connect Mac computers and this got me thinking. Would there be any advantage to using Mac's in the web development office? I'm unsure what we would go for but it would be either the quad core mac mini's or the lower end 27" iMac's. The other option would be to ditch the 2 HP desktops and build 3 more custom PC's but that wouldn't really improve the look of the office as such because the pc's would just go under the desk and monitors would be the same. We use Adobe software quite a lot but we have this on the Creative Cloud program so can use this on Mac and PC's. We use Office365 so again, have access to the Mac version of Office without any extra expense so software costs really aren't much of a concern. I would be interested to know your thoughts.