Hello! My local Apple-Authorized reseller very recently got a 27" iMac in stock from a photographer that's buying something else. I'm thinking of buying it, but I have to make a decision soon because other people are apparently interested as well (but I called first). Here's what I know: i7 processor, 8 GB RAM, 512 graphics card, new hard drive (apparently this model had a manufacturing error, and so he's replacing it for free), and a 9-month warranty. It's less than three years old, because it's still under a bit of Apple Care, but I don't know what year it is. They're asking $1,500. I'm wondering if this is a good deal, if I should offer lower, or if I should hold out and wait for the market to get flooded with people upgrading to the newest generation that was just revealed a couple of weeks ago. I have a 2007 MacBook Pro that's still holding out, but I'm hoping to make this iMac my new primary machine. I would rather buy something from Apple's refurbished store, but I hardly ever see many 27" in there, let alone with the specs I want. Should I just buy this, replace the RAM, and not worry about it having an i5 processor? http://store.apple.com/us/product/FC814LL/A I'm going to be using the computer primarily for Adobe programs (but little to no video editing), and a little bit of gaming. I've heard the i7 is basically useful for video editing, and not very useful for any other kind of casual user; is that true? Thank you for any advice you're willing to give, I appreciate it. Thanks!