I have the itch for a new computer. Currently I have a 2009 MP with a flashed graphics card, and a 2010 MBP with a new SSD. I plan on using my next computer just for browsing and some minor gaming. Here is what I am considering. Getting a 5K iMac and getting the core i7, upgraded graphics, probably just a 256GB SSD as I can use an external 512GB SSD for everything else (all my legacy Macs don't have USB 3.0), upgrade the RAM to 32 GB and be it the door for $3K - $3.2K. Option two is getting now or waiting for a new 15" rMBP and getting the high end model and be out the door for circa $2.3K. What I've been considering lately is building a Hackintosh. I've tried this once before about 5 years ago right when the Core i7 first came out. I was in more of a budget then and didn't realize how important the motherboard selection would be. Now, I'd follow one of Tonymacx86 builds, with a 4790k, probably try a GTX 970, and buy a circa $700 4k monitor to use. Budgeting about $2K for the build. I'd sell my current MBP, keeping my MP (what I've seen them sell for, $500 or less just doesn't seem worth getting rid of it to me) and would probably buy a rMBA to supplement my iPad for travels. I do like tinkering with things and it seems like it won't be as much of a pain to work out issues as it was 5 years ago. Mind you, I am not using any of these machines for work, just my own enjoyment. Overall, what do you guys think is a good option? I know the Hackintosh won't have resale value, but it costs lest initially and is more upgrade able so that aspect I feel is relatively comparable.