Hello, I am thinking about getting my first iMac, so I went to the local Mac store to check it out. It looks great, but when I touched the back panel, I was shocked how hot it was. I mean, it was not just warm or very warm, it was very hot. Cnet's review seems to confirm that iMac runs at high temperatures: "As with the 21.5-inch iMac, we noted that this 27-inch model was extremely hot on the back panel, especially after gaming. A handheld laser thermometer showed temperatures as high as 118 degrees over the area on the back panel we assume concealed the graphics card. Most other all-in-ones we've tested come in around 85 degrees. You'll want to be sure to keep the iMac in a place where it has plenty of ventilation to avoid it overheating." So, is it true? Does i7 really run that hot? The salesperson at the store told me that the reason why iMacs at the store are that hot is because they are turned on 24/7, which makes sense, I guess, but they are not doing any heavy work, like video encoding or playing games, they are idling for the most time. Does the i7 iMac get to over 100 degrees just by idling? For the most part, I will be using iMac for web design and web-related stuff, no games, some video photo/ video editing, and word processing. The reason I ask if it really runs this hot is not because I am concerned that it will break, but because I think it might be uncomfortable to seat all day near an object (especially during summer) that heats up to over 100 degrees. Thanks.