Hey guys! I was hoping you could help me with my dilemma here. I'm out to buy a new Mac this summer. Here is my situation: I'm a small time web developer who's about to start my own company. I need a workstation for this, as I want to seperate my two jobs with different computers (I'm also a games reviewer, so I have a dedicated machine for this purpose). My computer has to be quity beefy, with regards to my own patience and the computer as an investment for a couple of years at least. The computer will be used to work with programming (Coda) and web graphics (Photoshop). So here I'm stuck between three choices: - Mac Mini (2,26GHz, 4GB RAM) - iMac 20 (3,06GHz, 4GB for now, later 8GB) - Mac Pro (Singe CPU, 2,66GHz and the amount of RAM I'm bothered to buy at the time) This computer HAS TO be able to run a monitor at 1920x1200 without any hick-ups. I use Spaces to organize my working, and it being slow in this matter is not acceptable. I'm very curious as to wether the 9400M is able to do this for me, that's why I've been going towards the Mac Pro. If I spec an iMac up to the level where it has a dedicated graphics card, it gets close to the Pro anyway. I do not want the 24-inch iMac because in case of an iMac the original monitor will be used for palettes and such, not for working. 24 inches is quite simply too big for this. I'm dependant on a separate monitor (a Dell) for my setup, because: - I use a KVM switch to switch between working and "working" (I have a difficulty with defining playing games as working, but I digress). An iMac alone makes this impossible. - That gaming machine has to be always up-to-date, with regards to my other job. Playing on the iMac is out of the question. The Mac Pro can do anything I want it to, but for a hefty price. I intend to keep the Pro as a working machine for at least four years if I buy it, as a more long timed investment. The Mac Mini is pretty much out of the race already, with regards to my needs. Sorry for the wall of text. I hope someone can help me with this.