Hi guys, I just recently purchased a 20" iMac 7,1 or mid-2007. It was too sweet of a deal to pass! For $200 bucks, I figured it was good daily driver for web browsing, e-mail, social networks and some fairly light work and design on occasions. And its in pristine condition. The current specs: 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 2GB of RAM 750GB of HDD Mavericks I wanted to get the most out of it and allow it to last in the family room for the next couple of years. I have decided to upgrade the RAM first. I'm still researching on whether I'll personally find benefit to installing 4GB vs. 6GB as I plan on installing an SSD shortly after. What are you thoughts? I figured 6GB so that it can keep up with Jones. I'm a bit skeptical and unsure of disassembling the unit to install an SSD. Do I have other options as far having a faster hard-drive? Booting from an external SSD? or Enclosures on SSD? I may purchase from OWC only because their presentation make it easy for it to know for a fact that it will work and is compatible with this iMac. I'm opting for a 120 or 240GB and looking into removing the currently in there buying an enclosure for it and using it as an external HDD. Is there anything else that I can do to its hardware to get the most out of it for 2014 and on? Any thoughts, comments and of course your suggestions are greatly welcome. Thank you!