I have a 2009 iMac 2.66 core two duo with currently 4GB Ram, actually Replaced the stock 320GB with a 120GB SSD. It's a pretty "snappy" machine for being a 2009. The SSD greatly improved the start up and launching apps. Though about putting 8GB of ram in it because when I use it on Yosemite I get close to the 4GB ram limit. I'll list he uses of the what would would use it for. I have it on my desk and have it hooked up to a external 27" Asus monitor sometimes that I usually use for my Xbox One if the wife is on the "big" TV. Me: Browse the web, and not be tied to desk. I have a iPad Air 2 I would unload it if I were to get the MBR. Multitasking with multiple tabs like "listening" to a YouTube video while browsing other sites. Hook it up to my Asus 27" 1080P monitor to watch streaming content while I play Cbox One at my desk. Use it in bed etc. I use Chrome and Safari together sometimes. So that hogs up a good bit of Ram. Wife: Be able to use it on the couch? Her main device is. iPhone 6 plus now lmao. Kid: Will be going into 6th grade next year. Use it for school book reports etc etc.... Should I wait for version 2, I'd really like a 14" version since I'm A bigger guy and don't travel much. And the tasks I listed would the MBR be much snappier than the 2009 iMac? Or will it just be basically a luxury device for us? Stick with the iPad Air 2? Would love to hear some some members thoughts. I've played with one in store, but that doesn't real translate too being home and use etc. Other factors besides the CPU should play a factor like the very old GPU in my iMac vs the Intel 5000 is it in the MBR?