Hello, First of all I want to say hi as I'm new to this forum as registered member, I've been watching the forums for about a year, last year I wanted to buy an Imac but this forum showed me that I could better wait for the next gen Imac, I'm happy that I did wait. But now with the new Imacs all kind of threads are showing up and im trully not knowing what to get or what to do so I am posting for the first time( I'm more a forum reader then a forum poster ). Now the problem for me is that my gaming pc is quite fine, but in all honesty I just want the great new display and I also want to try mac os as I'm an interested nerd and fan of all apple products. Can I expect that the new Imac will still be of value for serious gaming after two years ( if there isn't a sudden revolution or so) with decent fps on decent settings atleast? Or should I really just not buy an Imac as its really just not made for gaming?... If your still reading to my patheticly written story then I'd like to inform you that I will be going(if I go for an Imac) for the 27 inch I7 with 680MX, but I'm not sure if I should go for applecare as I think im quite fine with just a year warranty and in my opinion if it breaks after the 1 year applecare then your just not carefull enough with your imac....Or am I wrong and should I get the 180 euro applecare?... Also as a last question, if I should get an Imac for gaming should I go for the fusion drive or for the normal 7200RPM drive... I heard that the fusion has 5400RPM and I will be using bootcamp for a lot of steam games... ~Sidenote: money is important but please don't start like "Go build yourself a pc its much cheaper" cause I know that it ain't cheaper if you get such a great display and (I think great) OS and build in cable management. Building a pc is less expensive but with the right things your also hitting 1500 fast and that is without such a great display. Thanks in advance! Harry.