I'm about to place an order for a new RiMac just after the WWDC (on that slight chance a refresh is announced) as my student accreditation expires shortly after so I thought I may as well take advantage. It's also going to be my opportunity to move away from a dedicated Windows PC, however I still have the requirement to run Windows programs on occasion. I'm looking to go for the 512gb SSD option on the iMac so I will require external storage of some form. Possibly in a format that could be connected to a Windows PC in the future if required. the memory is likely to be maxed out as well The iMac has to be capable of running Windows 7 and Windows 10. I'm not that interested in virtualisation so I'm looking at Bootcamp. Is it possible to install Windows on an external Thunderbolt SSD? Can I then point the My Documents folder to be on an external USB3 drive? Are there any recommendations as to configuration. i.e. install windows on internal SSD and have all data on external drives? How can this be best fitted in with external storage for the iMac? Would I need two thunderbolt drives. Any suggestions and/or comments welcome.