Hi, I've just got a 15" retina, and I'm using a 26" wide gamut monitor, good monitor but I think it's on it's way out and it's only 1080p so quite low res for a 26", gorgeous colours on this monitor and perfect for photo editing but it looks a little ugly and as I said I think it's about to die. I'm connecting my laptop and ps3 though hdmi and just switching cables when I want to use each one. I'm in the market for a high res screen I was thinking of the Thunderbolt Display, but don't want to pay 700 for one when it has USB 2 and I think a less reflective model (like the new iMacs) is due out soon. I'm tempted by a 27" Cinema Display too (~£500), or the old 30" with an adaptor I use my old MacBook Pro as a file server/iTunes server/plex server and also for some imacros scripts that run 24/7. I have a 2tb nas that I'm looking to sell as its so slow, maybe my router is to blame? I then occurred to me that a 27" iMac might be the best choice for me here, I see someone selling a 2009 model for 600 and it includes a wireless keyboard/mouse. So for 600 I'm getting a 27" Cinema Display, I get a spare keyboard/mouse i can sell on and I can sell my old laptop before it becomes unsupported on mavericks (worth maybe 300?) Can anyone see any issues with this setup? If I have my keyboard and mouse set to pair with the laptop rather than the iMac, should plugging in the MacBook to the iMac be a painless experience, or would I be better off with one of the older cinema displays (27" or 30"), and maybe get a Thunderbolt Display when they're refreshed. Can I seamlessly switch between using the keyboard/mouse with the iMac and laptop connected via target display mode, I presume the iMac to be far slower than the new laptop so I'd ideally just use it as a screen, as long as the iMac still worked as a server while the laptop was connected Connecting the ps3 might be an issue, I think the Kanex hd might be the best way?