I bought an Intel iMac the other night. I just couldn't wait any longer....I had sold off my Mac Mini last summer and thought I could make due with a Windows PC in the meanwhile (while waiting for Intel Mac products). Let's just say I will never, ever cheat again, and I'm thrilled to have a Mac back But back to the purchase, they had one 20inch model left, and it surprisingly rang up higher than the normal retail price. The Apple employee said that the computer was a custom configured one containing a 256MB video card and bluetooth mouse/keyboard. I decided to go with it, I hate waiting for out-of-stock items. I got the unit home, bluetooth keyboard and mouse, check. No dead pixels on the monitor, awesome. But I went into the computer's profile and it said the video card only had 128MB of VRAM on it. So I called the Apple Store. I have two options. I can either bring the unit back and have it swapped with a correct configuration, although there's the risk that I'll have to wait for a brand new unit from Apple directly. Not to mention that there's always the risk of dead pixels on LCD products, something I am very unlucky at and my iMac screen is perfect. Also it will be a pain in the ass to transfer all my files over again after getting things arranged the way I wanted them. The other option is that Apple will refund me back the difference, and I keep the unit I have. I guess what I'm asking is this, will 128MB extra of VRAM really make any major difference? I'm dont' honestly know if I will be running games on it or not, although it would be getting much more play in that department if someone figures out how to run Windows/drivers on it (for games). I'd say I'm more in the department of running graphic and video editing applications. Which route would you all go?