So after seeing Vista crash on me time after time I'd thought I'd give a chance to Apple and got myself a new 24", 2.4 iMac. THE GOOD STUFF: The machine simply works as expected. With only 1gb of memory at this time, it runs faster than my brand new PC with Vista and 8GB of memory, including readyboost. It reboots and closes in a snap, amazing! The interface is clean and easy to navigate. The glossy screen is actually totally fine, it doesn't disturb anything, and it pretty much enhances your picture. I'm really very picky about image quality and those kind of things, so trust me on this one, if you don't have a direct source of light right behind you, it should be just fine. The keyboard is actually pretty neat, very relaxing to type on this. Soundless - yes, this machine makes no sound, awesome! THE NOT SO GOOD STUFF This 24" thing is really huge, i'm considering getting the 20" instead - almost as if the 24" is more for printing but really unnecessary for web related stuff like I do (websites, banners, etc) what do you guys think? It takes a while to move the mouse across the screen and it seems a bit overwhelming and tiring after a while. Like sitting in a cinema on the first few rows.... I was worried about Apple's font display and I'm sorry to say, that they do look pretty bad in many cases (not all). It really depends on the font used and the size, though. Verdana for example can look really bad at size 8 or 9 while Lucinda, Georgia and others are OK. Also, some fonts display with the wrong kerning and the letters are too close, it does look like an error and I can even misspell something. So I'm deciding about downsizing, what do you think? Can the fonts be enhanced any other way other than through system preferences?