So I've been extremely interested in these things every since being unveiled due to the all-in-one and LED HD screen. I'm coming from a PC with a 22" LCD Monitor (1080p). Quad Core Q6600 at 2.4Ghz nVidia 8800GTS 512MB 4GB DDR2 Ram at 800Mhz. I know from the CPU and Ram they are upgrades, and by far the biggest upgrade would be the Display which I love! But I'm worried about graphical limitations with the 4850 mobility (Equivelant to 4830 desktop) being a strain trying to run games at that extremely high resolution. The GPU is the main thing for me, if its a downgrade, its an almost near complete downgrade imo. I am doing Games Design in university so I really need the graphical power to render out/animate etc in HDRI and then play through it in Unreal Engine for testing etc etc. Being a PC my desk is just so cluttered and it really does put me off my work, I can't concentrate with 5.1 speaker wires everywhere, Mouse + Keyboard wires and the absolute mess of wires at the back of the monitor (I am distracted very easily). I've been searching for hours every day for people who may have posted Benchmarks of performance that this thing can do in Crysis, but having no luck. I know the 4850 is an extremely powerful card, but this is the mobile variant which is guranteed to be under clocked for heat reduction of course. I also posted in another thread about using it as a display for Xbox/Playstation 3 etc. When the Adapters do come out for it, will they also carry sound so I wont need any external speakers and can simply use the iMacs Internal Speakers? If anyone could confirm that I would really appreciate it! So I'll just sum it up incase you're lost by this point Is the 4650M a downgrade from the Desktop 8800GTS? And will it be ok handling the 1400+ resolution of the iMac on games? (A major downgrade if so?) Will the PS3/Xbox Adapters etc also carry sound so I can watch blu-rays on my PS3 and have the sound come out of the iMacs internal speakers? Does anyone have *Detail* on how well their i7 iMacs ran any high end games? So sorry for all the questions, if you dont know the answer then np. But any solid info woud be greatly appreciated! Thanks again!