Hi, I currently have a 2010 i3-8GB 21.5' iMac (850 EVO SSD) that I use as my primary computer for music, streaming, internet browsing, and occasionally light gaming. It also serves as a Plex and Time Machine server, with the data stored on a FW800 2TB drive. I also have it plugged-in to a 20' alu ACD display (matte) which I initially bought just because I found it cheap, but I've actually now got used to having so much screen real estate. The other day, I managed to get a great deal on eBay on a i5 27' 2010 iMac (with the upgraded GPU and 16GB of RAM) that is only missing a hard drive. So I thought I would keep that and put in an SSD, and just sell the 21.5 iMac and the 20' display and actually make a little profit. But now I'm having some reservations - one of the annoyances about the 2010 iMac is just how reflective the screen is - my desk is just by the window, and when there is a bit of sun the screen is hardly visible without closing the curtain. Meanwhile, the ACD display next to the iMac looks great with its matte display. So I've been considering a number of alternatives to the 27' 2010 iMac (Option 1) Instead of just having a 27' iMac, I could just sell that as well and replace it with a 2012 and onwards 27' iMac, which I understand have a much less reflective display. The problem with this option is that few of those second-hand iMacs come with a SSD or Fusion Drive (which I consider essential), and installing it is very tricky in the tapered-edge iMacs. They also don't have a SuperDrive, which is not a dealbreaker but I sometimes find handy (Option 2) Another alternative is to just sell both iMacs and the 20' matte ACD, and get a 2012 Mac Mini and a 23' matte ACD. The advantage of this is that it has a matte display, and also lower power consumption. The disadvantage is that it is a lot less 'neat' - I still need a SuperDrive, a webcam, and speakers, so there'll be a lot of wires on the desk, etc. (Option 3). I'm quite keen to stick with Apple displays. Any thoughts?