I'm currently using an 800 MHz G4 (Quicksilver) with 1 GB of Ram. Use it mainly for digital photos, music and internet. I do some professional level design work and photo imaging mainly using Adobe CS2 apps. I can still get by with my current Mac (it actually performs quite well), but I want to upgrade to get some new features (dual layer DVD drive among others). I have a 19" LaCie CRT monitor which is nice but I'd like something larger and wouuld like to switch to a LCD. So, do I sell my system and buy a 20" iMac with 1.5GB Ram and have a nice all-in-one or do I get a dual 2GHz PowerMac and stick with my monitor for the time being? I'm leaning toward the iMac because I know I'll be upgrading again in another 3-4 years. By then some really good Intel stuff, Blu-ray, etc will be out. I don't want a first generation Intel and I think the better Intel chips won't be available until late 2006 or early 2007. What I would really like is a 23" limited edition, aluminum iMac. That would be the ideal machine--the monitor I really want, aluminum to look professional, and enough room for Apple to put a dual core G5 chip into it. Any advice would be appreciated.