Hi, I am thinking to buy either one of the latest models of MacMini or a 21" iMac to work as a desktop. I currently use a MacBook Air 80% of my day and simply put: I just love this machine: fast, reliable and... I wouldn't stop here. I had an iMac 21" working 24x7 with Plex Media Server installed and I miss it now. I just bought a MacMini last year but... in both situations, I feel it is really slow when I am working on it, when comparing with MBA. Therefore, I think the key to be 100% happy is to buy either one of the new MacMini configurations or an iMac but now with a SSD or a Fusion Drive which I believe it's the problem at the moment. The MacMini I have has 4GB and an Intel i7 but... it is way too slow. Simply opening Firefox, Chrome and Photoshop, it takes a while just to kick. Same was happening with a 3 years-old iMac that I sold recently, but totally different than the MBA. I am 100% sure that I will be buying a Fusion Drive or a SSD - no more regular HDDs... ever. The problem is which machine (Mini or iMac) should I buy and which HDD should I buy? My dilemma #1 is: NO, I don't really need 1TB since I have a Thunderbolt 6TB Lacie for space + a few other USB 3 drives. However, an extra internal TB (without cables) may be handy for "stuff". In the other hand, I read that SSD is still a beast in terms of performance that Fusion Drive doesn't get close at all, is this really true? Can you really experience / see the real difference between these two technologies? My dilemma #2: I got used to have 2 screens and I really like the idea of it. I already have a 23" IPS LED with MacMini. If I buy a MacMini I will be the same model to have the same look / size / resolution. If I buy an iMac it will simply be very different. Nothing that really affected me before with my previous iMac. However, in terms of performance... can MacMini (latest one) beat the iMac 21" in performance? All Mini models I had in the past seem much slower than an iMac with similar specs, is this only in my imagination? I guess some of the experts will tell me to go to SSD without looking back... however... should I do it on an iMac or Mini? Please share your experiences, preferably if you have a similar situation: i.e. a laptop with pure SSD and a desktop with Fusion Drive, with or without a secondary screen. Many thanks.