Going to a Windows-Biased Fry's didn't help with the decision at all, so I'm hoping to ask you guys for a (less biased) opinion. With the new Boot Camp out, my parents have been inquiring about whether or not to replace the 4 computers at her dental office with Macs. Now, my dad is reluctant because he's afraid of future concerns with compatibility, despite the main software (Dentrix) working on my iMac via Windows already. I haven't tried using that software through a network yet (shared files via windows) because it'd require me bringing my mac outside from my room , but I'm sure it will work (just simple file sharing). My mom absolutely loves the beauty and professional elegance of my iMac, couple that with the space saving features it has (she LOVES the all-in-one feature). The main software they use is basic file-sharing and requires VERY little memory. Think of it as a Internet/Word and Excel-Processing computer. Now my first question is (1) Is it wise for my parents to invest all their work into a Windows-Running-Mac? 2 of the 4 computers will run via Windows 90%+, while the other two will bootup Mac, run windows if need be It's a really awkward question for me to ask ("Windows on a MAC?! NEVER!!") but the beauty/all-in-one concept really wins my mom over and my dad'll purchase em if it runs well with the software without faults (Windows). (2) Finally, is it WORTH it purchasing 4 iMacs? (if yes to any of the question, are mac minis better buys?) Thanks for responses.