i'm 6'3" with poor eyesight (corrected with eyeglasses, but still) and it's painful to hunch over my Macbook Pro to do just about anything--even type. i'm trying to decide between the following two solutions, although i'd love to hear about any alternative ideas. 1) upgrading (from Leopard to Snow Leopard and then to Lion) my Macbook Pro so i can take advantage of the wireless keyboard and trackpad that seem only to be compatible with Lion. then combining the wireless accessories with the rain design mstand to get the Macbook screen up higher, closer to eye level. 2) buying the 21.5" iMac with wireless accessories and using a desk mounted arm, such as the Ergotron mount sold in the Apple Store, to adjust it to eye level. (i am also considering this desk, http://www.versatables.com/pages/products/drafting/at4830-env.php, which can be customized with a monitor mounting spider arm.) i am leaning toward the 21.5" iMac as opposed to the 27" display or iMac, because i saw some threads stating that the 27" was "too large" and hurt the eyes. (i realize this might just require time to adjust.) i also figure my life will be easier if i have the iMac running Lion to begin with than dealing with all the upgrades that i would have to make to use the display with my Macbook Pro, in order to use the wireless trackpad that is only compatible with Lion. what do you think? anyone here with a similar problem and solution?