Hi, all, I find myself, for the first time in several years, considering a new iMac. I have an idea of the neighborhood in which to spend, and I'm looking for advice from those who have real-world experience with newer Macs. User profile: light users. Between all the family users of the machine, there is mostly photo work (not major: but a lot of time in Photos for OS X), Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, some web browsing (most of that has migrated to our iOS devices), and budgeting. Our current machine is a 2009 iMac (8,1), with 4GB of RAM and a 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo. There's a couple of FireWire peripherals attached. I'm considering upgrading because, although the machine does run El Capitan, I've noticed since Mavericks a gradual slowdown in performance. I suspect within the next OS X or two that the hardware won't be supported. So, I figure it's time to "reset the hardware clock." Aaaaaanywho...I'm looking at the new iMacs 21.5", and I'm trying to keep the cost reasonable, and I'm considering two options: (1) The midrange model, 2.8 GHz i5 ("Turbo Boost" up to 3.3 GHz), stock with no customization ($1300) (2) The low-end model, 1.6 GHz i5 ("Turbo Boost" up to 2.7 GHz) with RAM bumped to 16 GB ($1300) (3) The low-end model, with the Fusion Drive upgrade instead of the extra after-market RAM ($1200). I also note that option (1) has a better graphics card. At least I assume it's better. Back in the old country, I'd just look at the speed and perhaps the RAM and that was that. But in today's Modern World™ I know there are a lot of things that affect performance. What do you think? Which model above do you think represents the most bang for my buck? I've included a poll if you don't feel like a full reply. Thanks in advance!