Quick Recap - My iMac melted, i do a lot of photoshop work and I write. Did not want to spend the money for a Mac Pro but was worried about the 2014 Mini being able to handle two 2560x1440 monitors, Photoshop, et al., Decide not to go Windows either as I have too much invested in Mac. So, I kept watching the refurbished section on the Apple site. And the other night around midnight, a Mini with 3GHz i7, 16 GB ram and a 256 Flash drive appeared. Since they offer 14 day return, I figured if it doesn't work out, I'd trade it back and get the pro. I'm glad I went this way because it works quite well. Driving 2 Dell U2515H monitors (both out of the two thunderbolt ports) The "About this Mac" window (which I've included in the pic) show the Iris Graphics as 1536 MB and it handles the monitors just fine. In the attached pic I am running photoshop, have a large composited image with a ton of layers, ran thru various filters (both PS and thru NiK Collection filters) and the Mini was faster than my iMac. It is quite zippy actually. I am also playing a movie on the second screen next to my menu palettes and all of it was smooth. Yeah, the mini is pretty much maxed out (although 256 flash drive instead of 512). My G-Tech drive is usb3 and my old iMac was only USB2 so even external peripherals are quicker. Yup, it's 2.5 year old tech but it works well. Plenty fast. And has all the useful ports including SD card slot. If there is a new Mini it won't have those (heck, the way Apple is so focused on form over function these days, the new mini, if there is one, will be so courageously thin that it won't have any ports!) so this worked out well. I know ... no dedicated graphics card, ram soldered on ... but, I could also spend the time fretting about those things and instead think back on my MacClassic and in comparison I realize this is pretty freaking awesome. So, if you were like me and wondering will it handle Photoshop, the answer is yes. Will it handle two large monitors, the answer is yes, Is it bad like so many people are making it out to be? Nope. (I could have done without MacOS Sierra however).