I have been running a Hackintosh Mac Mini for the last 6 months and I have finally had enough of all the small little bugs like screen artefacts and having to re-install the sound kexts every time I did an update. I was foolish to think it would ever end well......Please Forgive Me I have now seen the light and ordered a Real Mac Mini Here are my plans for my Genuine Mac Mini: - Core i5 Base Model Ordered - Upgrade the Memory to 16gb (ordered from Crucial) - Use existing 128gb SSD from Hackintosh as Boot Drive - Use 500gb Drive that comes with Mac Mini as Storage - Have ordered the Data Doubler from OWC My Hackintosh had the following: - Core i3 Processor - 8gb DDR 3 Memory - 128gb SSD Drive (which is going into Genuine Mac Mini) - Intel 3000 Graphics So I am hoping for a little performance increase on the new Mac Mini but reviewers are saying because the i5 is the Mobile Version it actually only matches an i3 Processor anyway. But on the other hand I will be have double the RAM (from 8gb to 16gb) and also the graphics will be going from Intel 3000 to Intel 4000. Will be using for Internet, Movies, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Fireworks and occasional Photoshop. All seemed to run fine on Hackintosh. I can't afford to upgrade to the i7 Mac Mini unfortunately but hoping this little baby will last me a few years Opinions on my new setup welcome, all parts should be here next week!