Hey guys, I'm new to the forums and fairly new to Apple. Sure, I've had the iPod and I currently have an iPhone 4, but I've never had a Mac computer. My current Toshiba laptop just burned out its motherboard after 6 years and I'm looking to make the jump to the 27" iMac. I'm going to go all out with the specs (Intel Core i7 and AMD Radeon HD with 2GB) on the 27" iMac since I'm expecting it to last me for quite some time, but I wanted to get your opinions on Apple financing options. As of right now, you can finance any purchase over $999 for 12 months without interest. If you can't pay the entire amount off by the allotted time (a year), they start adding a 23% interest rate to your credit card. The card is provided by Barclays Bank of Delaware. It sounds like a great deal since it spreads the cost out in smaller payments and I didn't have to shell out the $2,000+ upfront. However, I've never dealt with Barclays and I was wondering if it's hard to get approved? I do have a steady income, but I don't really have any savings (Thanks New York City...). If anyone has done financing with Apple and Barclays, please let me know how your experience was, how the process went and if there were any surprise charges or costs you had to deal with. Thanks in advance!