Hello, I'm looking for some advice. I need a new computer as my laptop is dying & was thinking about either building one that is upgradable & will last for a good 5+ years or saving up another £150 & buying a Mac Mini when they update it if the rumor's are true & it stay's the same price or less. The main uses for it will be Photoshop CS3 (only one photo at a time from a 10megapixle DLSR in RAW), Music (itunes to ipod & back-up CD's), Game's (Minecraft (best graphics if posible) & small indie games like Blocks That Matter & Seasons After Fall) & a little web browsing and word processing. Now my brother has used a base 2007/08 White MacBook for the last 4 years for photography at uni (1 year collage, 3 Uni) with CS3 & has pushed it hard, he even had a 1kg candle fall on it while closed from a good 30 inches (it killed the HDD but was covered, lied a little & got it fixed) & is still going strong so I think my photography need's would be fine but what about the gaming side? I will not be buying untill after the new Mini comes out (july/august, if at all) & would like to know if it would do what I want it to or would buying the current one or building a PC be the better option? Now for building the PC I was thinking something along these lines Budget: £450-500 Main uses of intended build: Photoshop CS3 (only one photo at a time from a 10megapixle DLSR in RAW), Music (itunes to ipod & back-up CD's), Game's (Minecraft & small indie games like Blocks That Matter & Seasons After Fall) & a little web browsing and word processing. Parts required: Base system. Previous build information: None apart from a dying laptop which i might be able to salvage the HDD, Windows 7 (HP Retail), Keyboard, Mouse & Monitor. Monitor resolution: 4:3 19inch. Storage requirements: 250GB. Will you be overclocking: No. Extra information about desired system: Something like this CPU - 3.1GHz Intel Core i3 2105 - £107 Motherboard - Asus P8H67 £100 Memory - 4GB 1,600MHz DDR3 - £40 PSU - Corsair SU-430CX 430W - £35 CPU Cooler - Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro - £15 Case - Fractal Design Define R3 - £80 Optical Drive - SATA DVD-RW - £15 Plus HDD from my laptop. Thanks for reading & any advice.