Newbie here, I'm going to be ordering a new iMac in the next month or so. I've spent a while browsing around the web and these forums and I'm still not sure about the two upgrades. You guys seem to be pretty clued-up on that's going on. Graphics card first. From what I can tell, a lot of people believe there's a big difference between the 7300 and 7600. I'll be playing the occasional game but mostly the power will be used for video editing. The games I'll be playing now aren't Universal yet, so would the extra graphics card power help to overcome this? Also, this information seems to vary a lot, is the graphics card upgradable? Could I upgrade it in a year's time, for example? Some people have said it's stuck in there, custom fitted for the iMac and other people seem to think it's a standard PCI-Express card. I haven't found any photos yet, so if anybody can confirm that, it may help a bit. The second things is RAM. At the moment I have 1.25GB in my 1.33GHz PowerBook G4, so getting 1GB seems like a step-down really. I know the benefits of extra RAM, and I know OS X loves RAM, so I think 2GB would be sufficient. However, normally everybody tells me never to buy RAM from Apple, but in this case, I'm confused. Crucial, arguably one of the good RAM companies, charge £173.89 ($332.69) for two sticks of 1GB, which I can then replace the two sticks of 512MB which come with the iMac standard. However, because obviously if I buy online, I don't have to buy the 512s and 1GBs, upgrading to 2GB becomes £120 ($229.59), even less with student discount. So simple questions are: Is it justifiable to shell out the extra cash for the 7600? Shall I buy the extra RAM from Apple, from somewhere else or do you think 1GB will actually be enough, especially if I've upgraded the video card? Thanks for your help guys.