Need help and information on deciding which is right for me. I want to PC game, not at the highest fanatical end of PC gaming, but i'd like to be able to play the latest games on maxed at 1080p. I already have a rMBP 15" that runs quite hot, too hot for me to play games comfortably, but that may be because i'm running them off of a portable HDD because my SSD is only 256gb. I do miss having a powerful workhorse desktop, but i am also jealous of my brother and his friends playing games on their windows laptops, which are half the price and still seem to be able to play games better than my rMBP. I don't mind spending a bit of money to get what i want; a computer that will do OSX and gaming quite well.' So far i see my options as: A) Maxed out 27" iMac with my own RAM in there. This is so far my favourite but theres mixed opinions out there on the quality of the GTX 680MX and and the fusion drive and even after hours of research i still find myself clueless on wether it will be able to play the latest PC games on 1080p at 60FPS, without being too hot or fans going nuts. B) Buy a much bigger SSD for my rMBP and just running boot camp on that. Maybe having the games installed on my HDD may make the computer comparable too my friends gaming laptops, or maybe the Retina screen makes it struggle . Either way, if i could game well on this somehow, it would be a nice option, but expensive. C) Build a gaming computer. I love OSX and use it every day and it's hard for me to justify building a computer to run windows just for gaming when i really hate windows. It isn't a bad option though, and i'm attracted to the idea of a powerful and cheaper machine but it would be better if it also ran OSX. which is my next option; D) Build a Hackintosh. I love a challenge, and i love the idea of having the power of a custom built PC with the best gaming and the best OS, but is it too difficult? I don't know. E) Buy a Mac Pro and throw a few more HDDs and a much better graphics card in there and run boot camp on it. Also love this idea, but who knows how it would work. Either way, I am a computer nerd at heart and i miss having a workhorse desktop (sold my very old gaming PC when i got my first Macbook Air before my current rMBP). If the iMac is actually a workhorse, and haters are just bagging it because they hate apple, it might the best option. Please everyone, throw your opinions, suggestions, information, links at me to better help me make the right decision. You may have realised now i get a bit obsessed over things, and i think this forums is the best place to come for decent advice, so thanks in advance, Will.