Hi, so I have a late 2012 27" iMac that for the most part (computer hardware wise) is still running great. The big issue I'm having with it is image retention plus a big scratch a house keeper tried "cleaning" it. I've since told them to NEVER clean my TVs or monitors haha. I've lived with the latter issue, but the image retention is starting to get to me. My specs for the iMac are: PROCESSOR 065-C0PK 3.4GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7 MEMORY 065-0638 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 SDRAM-2X4GB HARD DRIVE 065-C0Q4 1TB Fusion Drive GRAPHICS 065-C099 NVIDIAGeFrc GTX 680MX 2G GDDR5 Up in Philly I'm using a 34" LG widescreen monitor with my 2015 MacBook Pro that I love not having the image retention issue (obviously). This set up here works great. I've inquired about having the screen on my iMac replaced for the scratch issue, but was told that'd run around $600 and that just seems silly spending that much on a 2012 computer. And who knows if the image retention issue would pop up again. So I'm left wondering about getting a new setup is my best option. Was first thinking of just buying another 34" LG monitor and re-positioning the iMac but that'd be super tight. I've decided against using my MacBook Pro as I want to have a dedicated computer there in that spot. I'd be using this new computer for work. I'm a Web Designer that builds websites, so I have Photoshop open all day slicing graphics, Visiual Studio Code as my editor, FileZilla, Cornerstone, Firefox and Chrome open at the same time and other applications open. I also want to be able to keep ripping movies using an external blu-ray drive. Would a 2018 Mac Mini specked to a 6 core i7 (if I could get away with a i5, maybe that), 16GB of ram, 512GBSSD do the job for what I want to do with it? The graphics situation on it kinda scares me. Not sure about getting a iMac again since that might have the image retention issue also. What do you guys think? Thoughts would be most welcome.