Hi, I have an array of (getting) old computers which I'm considering to replace with new equipment. My main workstation is a PC from 2006, with Windows 7 64 bit, 6Gb RAM, Intel E6600 Dual-Core processor, and recently added a Corsair 64Gb SSD which really gave it a boost. This one is connected to a 22in Samsung 1600x1050 monitor, and I use it with an Apple Wireless Keyboard + Wireless trackpad. I also have two Mac's: a 13 in MacBook Air (late 2008), which is my allround (not-for-hard-work) notebook dispite of being kind of slow with Lion, and a damaged MacBook unibody 13-inch (only works connected to an external screen, mainly the TV). I must say that I really like Mac OSX, but can't really let go of WIndows 7, which I think is a somewhat better when I need to do intensive work with Office (Excel!) and a multitude of other software (Photoshop, some After Effects, AutoCAD, ...). But that's my thing, so moving on.... I am considering purchasing one of the two packages, considering I would be using Windows 7 (bootcamp'ed) most of the time: Only keep the Macbook Air Buy Mac Mini 2011 i7 (probably without SSD, way expensive!) Buy Apple Thunderbolt Display or Sell everything Buy MacBook Pro 13 i7 + SSD Buy Apple Thunderbolt Display The reason I am considering Mac hardware to run Windows is mainly the construction quality and the overall simplicity of all the equipment functionality when running Mac OSX (in the case of the Thunderbolt display, I believe it'll last a few years, even if I swap the computer, and keep all the extra-functionality it provides) I am looking for some comments on my decision, and opinions on the Mac Mini and MacBook Pro 13 for overall power user experience. Sorry for the lenghty post, and thanks in advance!