Since a couple years ago, my local Best Buy has started selling Macs. However they're kind of slow when it comes to getting new models. They're still selling some 2012 Mac Minis for the time being, and I've saved up almost enough to buy a Mac Mini desktop for my room. Now this begs the question... Should I buy a new-condition 2012 Mac Mini, or go with the new 2014 Mac Mini? (I'm eyeing the $699 model.) There are factors I am pointing out. I already have a 20" Apple Cinema Display (2004 model), an Apple Magic Mouse and an older Apple Bluetooth keyboard. I use them with my 2009 MacBook in "desktop" mode. The 2012 Mini comes with an HDMI-to-DVI adapter, but the 2014 Mini doesn't, and this adapter coming with the 2012 model can make for a very convenient extra without having to pay more. The 2012 Mini models come with 4 GB of RAM as standard, but this has the RAM easily upgradeable, unlike the 2014 models and their soldered-on RAM. And if I am not satisfied with the hard drive, it can be replaced on the 2012 model, though it takes a little work. IDK how easy it is on a 2014 Mini, though. The 2012 models also have a FireWire 800 port, so I just simply have to buy a 400-to-800 adapter for most uses (like when using it with my Apple Cinema Display's FireWire hub), instead of splurging for a FireWire-to-Thunderbolt adapter as well. If I get the $599 Mac Mini 2012 model, I also save a hundred bucks compared to buying the $699 2014 model. Any thoughts?