I want to get an iMac, but first I need to know in what ways is it better than a PC. Here's a little tidbit to help ya'll out: Just for the record folks, I rarely play games on my computer; if I do play games, it's usually at a friends house on a console. But I do like to surf the Internet and listen to music. I would also like to be able to watch DVD movies, burn CD's, and burn DVD's. I would like something that has plenty of firewire and usb ports. And yes, I do work with graphics occasionally. I would like to have something that's portable, but it doesn't have to be "ultra-portable" (I don't plan on using my computer in the car, on a plane, a boat, a train, or whatever. I just want to be able to take it with me wherever I go and plug it into an outlet when I want to use it). Despite the high price (I'm willing to shell out some extra bucks anyway, even on a PC), the new iMacs seem to fit my demands. edit: This is the system specs I am considering: iMac 800 w/ 17" TFT Z05S $2,648.00 Apple Pro Speakers 065-3463 AirPort Card 065-2930 Keyboard/Mac OS X - U.S. English 065-3691 Accessory Kit 065-3687 80GB Ultra ATA drive 065-3695 1GB SDRAM - 2 DIMMs 065-3580 SuperDrive 065-3010 56K internal modem 065-2927 APP for iMac/eMac - Enrollment Kit M7812LL/B $149.00 .Mac (Online Activation Key) D1783LL/A $99.95 Total $2,896.95 I also plan to get an iPod, Virtual PC 5, and a couple of games separate from the system, so I don't have to put that on my credit.