Hi all, I would be greatful if anyone could offer me some advice as I'm new to this whole Apple iMac thing... Anyway, getting to the point - I'm going to be buying an iMac within the week, but before I do, I need to decide what specs I want, as I'm not 100% which to get. Basically, I used to be interested in web design/graphic design a few years back. Nothing major, I just messed around in my spare time on my laptop creating basic web sites. I now wish to get back into it slowly and buy an iMac. Although I'll also be using the iMac for browsing the web, checking email, printing photos, etc. I'm not really looking to spend more than £900/roughly $1,800 on a machine, as I'm not a pro-designer or anything, so I don't want the very best. I'm after a 20" model, but I'm not sure about what size hard-drive and what size RAM to get. Well, it's mainly the hard drive really, because I plan to upgrade the RAM by 1GB or 2GB in a couple of months anyway, which I know you can do via the slot under the iMac. Anyway, I have been on Apple's UK website and selected the iMac I want but I'm not sure whether to get a bigger hard-drive with it, or more RAM. Everything else I'm fine with - 20" screen, 2.4GHz Intel Core Duo processor, etc. The hard-drive that comes with it is 250GB and the RAM is 1GB and I'm not sure whether to get a bigger hard-drive or increase the RAM. So my question is, would you recommend I get a bigger hard-drive (either 320GB or 500 GB) or increase the RAM to 2GB? Finally, if I decided to get more RAM and then in a few months decided that I wanted a big hard-drive, would it be possible to buy one of these external hard-drives that plug into a USB port and use that to save any graphic design, etc on? Sorry for the long topic, it's just that I'm totally new to this Apple iMac thing. I've never even used an iMac, but I've seen them in stores and watched reviews of them on Youtube and they look absolutely stunning. So I would be greatful if anyone could offer my some advice on which to focus on first - more RAM or a bigger hard-drive? Plus would I be able to use an external hard-drive later on if I decided to increase the RAM now? Thanks guys.