Hi everyone, New to the forums and terrible at introductions, so, I'll get straight to the point. I'm in the market for my first iMac. I'm lookung to get one which is geared towards home music production. I studied Music Tech at college a few years ago and this is where I first used a Mac and Logic Pro (8, I think it was) and I absolutely loved it. My set up will be the iMac (of course), Logic Pro X, Steinberg UR22 audio interface and a pair of Yamaha HS8 speakers. The kind of music I'll be producing will mainly consist of plug-ins, things like a few software guitar amps, one or two software bass amps (for bass modelling) drums (I'll probably stick with Logic's own Drum Kit Designer) and a few piano, synths, strings and things like that. Nothing more than ten tracks, I'd imagine. I'm also planning on plugging my guitar straight into the audio interface and running a software amp through the speakers. So, considering all that, after a lot of time and research, I'm thinking of getting the current mid-range iMac - the 21.5-inch, 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 (Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz), 8GB (two 4GB) memory memory, 1TB hard drive. I'm confident that 8GB will be enough for my planned small set up. The main question is...which storage option should I go for? I'm thinking of the Fusion Drive, as it combines the best of both worlds - speed and good storage - but I've heard a few things about it not working well with Logic Pro and audio interfaces...but then again I've also heard that an update fixed that issue. If I went with the specs listed above and the Fusion Drive, would that be enough for my requirements? Long post, I know but I wanted to give context and as clear a picture as I could. Any questions feel free to ask and thanks in advance!