I really wanted to wait for the new models, but I can't wait until fall, or later, so I'm going to go for a refurbished iMac. I've been using mid-2010 MBP for a long time and it's finally time for something new. I'm a basic user. It's mostly for work (using Word, Excel, etc), web browsing, watching Netflix, etc. I do keep a lot of music and movies, though, and I imagine I'll do some light/minor video editing at some point. I've seen other threads that say to get at least a 2TB fusion drive. But for my basic needs will a 1TB fusion be that bad? I'd like to get something that lasts for a long time (which is why I was hoping to wait for the new models), but I'd love to keep the price down. My options: 27-inch, 3.3 i5, 2TB fusion for $1,949. I know I'd love this, but it's more than I'd like to spend. Is it too much for my needs? 27-inch 3.2 i5, 1TB fusion for $1609: Can I save a few hundred by going with a 1TB? (both of those are with 8GB, I'll upgrade myself later) OR 21-inch retina, 3.1 i5, 16GB, 1TB Fusion - $1529: I'd prefer the larger screen, but maybe it's worth it to go smaller and save. Or wait (a little while) for something else in the refurb store. Any thoughts/advice is appreciated. Thanks!