I thought I would take a quick minute to document my experience with ordering a custom Mac Mini and why I returned it and went with the iMac i5, 3.8ghz 5K instead. Previous to this iMac I had a 2011 iMac i7. When I bought the Mac Mini I also bought the LG 34WK95U-W 5K monitor. It is a beautiful display, BUT the Mac Mini couldn't run it. Half the time it would just stay black and there was no picture and if the Mac Mini went to sleep it wouldn't wake up. The Mac Mini crashed every day, several times a day. I have never restarted a Mac so much. I got tired of messing with it and decided to go with the iMac. My iMac 2011 was loud and ran hot and I just wanted something quiet with a great display. After reading the iMac forum comments, I went with an i5 instead of the i7. This is the quietest computer I have ever owned. I didn't have high hopes for the LG 5K widescreen and the iMac, but it runs beautifully. Because it wasn't intended for this dual monitor set-up I have decided to return it and go with a Dell U3219Q, 4k with USB-C. I do mostly print design and publication layout—no video so my files are always 300dpi and the 34" 5k is just too narrow and I would prefer more vertical real estate. Since most of my workflow is Adobe Creative Cloud I probably will be fine with the i5. And yes, I did go with a 2TB SSD as expensive as it is I keep my computers a long time. This iMac is fast and quiet. Between buying the Mac Mini and iMac the Apple holiday deal happened so I did get the $200 gift card. When the computer arrived at the store they let me upgrade the keyboard and trackpad from white to space gray and only pay the difference between the two even though I believe it is a cheaper price when ordering with the iMac so that was nice. So that's my experience. I can't avoid a T2 mac for long but they will work out the hurdles. I guess I could have tried an eGPU, but I also discovered I am not a one monitor kinda user. I actually missed having two displays so this set-up works. Last note, I upgraded the RAM with OWC chips, it took a couple tries, but it finally recognized the new RAM and all is well.