I have $2000 sitting in the bank just ready to be depleted on a base 27" iMac with AppleCare. For the past 2 and a half years I've been using a 15.4" Gateway notebook with a 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo, 4GB RAM, 512MB Radeon HD 2600, and a 250GB HDD. It works fine for my uses and the only games I play are Portal and Counter-Strike: Source. I know I can use this setup for 2 more years and save $2000 but I've been wanting an iMac since December 2010. I forced myself to skip out on the July 2010 version knowing that the iMacs were in mid-cycle. Now that the day is finally here, dare I say that I'm a little hesitant. One argument I have for keeping my current setup is that since I am sick of viewing the Internet on a 15.4" screen, I can spend $200 and get a 24" monitor while keeping the other $1800 in the bank. And then when I finally am ready to buy an iMac, there might be a redesign or maybe even a SSD as standard by then. The argument I have against it is that although $2000 is a lot of money, I will only feel that hurt during the initial purchase. So if I choose to sell it in a year, I can get a huge portion of my money back since they retain such a good resale value. Or I can sell it and spend a few hundred more and get the next refresh. That way I can enjoy the iMac for the next few years and still feel like I haven't lost much money. Anyone else in the same predicament as me?