I've started a consulting business from home and as such, my tech requirements are changing. I currently have a 2014 rMBP 13in and a 13in IPad Pro. I will be spending much more time in my home office and so want a decent desktop with a Retina display. Eyeing up the mid range 27in iMac; with the 1tb fusion drive. I do need a laptop as well, as a secondary machine for working in client offices, out and about etc - so am thinking about the mid-range iMac (3.2 i5, 1tb fusion, 8gb which I will upgrade myself), plus the mid range rMB (512gb 1.2); and then eBay the rMBP while it still has much of its value. Does that feel like a decent combo - will I regret the fusion drive, or not going for the i7, in a couple of years? Better to go for the 2tb fusion drive? Context - I will be working from home, coffee shops and client offices. I'm registered for a tax scheme in the UK which means that if I spend £2000 in one go, I can claim back 20% (VAT); it all has to be on the same transaction/invoice. I do some photography and music recording as a hobby; no games though.