I'm really stuck in deciding between the 20" iMac and the 24". My 17" iMac G4 just died (LCD) so now my wishes to upgrade are coming true. Before the 24" existed it was a no brainer that I'd get the 20" as a nice upgrade from my 17". Now that the 24" is here and I see them side-by-side, the 20" looks small. I know when I have it on my desk I probably won't even notice. My budget is tight so I'm worried about splurging on the 24". I also worry that it will be just too big for my usage and that I won't adapt well to it. The 20" should be fine for my uses, but I also worry that if I get it I'll always wonder "what if..." and regret not getting the 24". The video card upgrade on the 24" is nice also, just for future growth (no gaming here). Nice problems to have, right? As I recently heard on a mac podcast, "this is a true first world problem." So, does anyone have any input for me? I like to upgrade every 3 years or so. I'm also not crazy about the current iMac design (like my G4 iMac much more) so if the next iMac is very cool I may want to sell and then move on to that machine. To those of you with the 24"...any regrets? Does it seem too big? Or are you now wondering how you lived with a 20" or 17"? How do you work on the 24"? Do you put apps in full screen or have two apps open at once side by side? As for my uses of the machine...consumer video and photo. I'm making a few short films with a mixture of Final Cut and iMovie. I also make movies of the kids in iMovie and generally use iLife to the fullest, iMovie, slideshows and DVDs. We have 10,300 images in iPhoto from 2001-present. I also rip DVDs for "backup purposes only". Thanks all. Looking forward to some comments.