After saving up for an iMac for 9 months, I finally had enough to buy a new iMac. 9 Months. So, it arrives. I'm happy. No problems at all, everything works fine. Then, I try to change the time settings. The spinning beach ball appears and nothing happens for a while. Not impressive. Everything is fine, then the beach ball appears when I'm using Photobooth. I know the beach ball is just a loading indicator but it shouldn't really be happening for apps such as these... Especially considering they aren't huge apps that require a lot of memory. So, I'm making a video in iMovie 06 (Downloaded it) and IMing on Skype and MSN. My brother saw me reverse some footage and he asked me if he could video himself eating something and then reverse it. So I agree, save my project and WHAM. I'm hit with a FULL SYSTEM freeze. Skype went crazy and started ringing a random person (I got annoyed at them, thinking they rung me) and I just decided to restart. After 3 days of owning the machine, I shouldn't really be getting into problems like that... Anyway, I carried on after the crash... and then I realize I have a stuck pixel (It's blue so I don't notice it against my background). However, it's Noticeable when I either have Red or Black displayed in front of it (Doesn't display that badly when grey, green or blue are behind it). So now, I'm getting tired of these problems. I don't mind as I understand that technology isn't perfect, but my Mom does mind, and she's making a big deal about it. But the fact it cost me £1000 (Which is a HELL of a lot) is just ridiculous for something that has serious errors (Possibly even permanent) after 3 days of low-level use. It's outrageous... I shall be calling Crapple in the morning and complaining.