I have long thought about buying an iMac, and here it comes - I will buy the 24 "- it is probably the second best model, but with the best graphics card to match my requirements - I do not think it is worth going from 2.93 to type 3.1 in CPU for a few thousand, it was said. But since I will play high-performance games (type Microsoft Flight Simulator FX) and other games that obviously requires a huge amount, so I wonder how this will go? Will I be able to use best settings? How will it be? You who have a relatively new iMac, and are running type EVE Online or WOW (which I think is demanding games) - how does this work? Can you run at high performance? For even if I buy a Mac, it is still 2700 dollars and I spend a little performance for the money and more for the name Apple, right? What I have done otherwise, during my last year is kind surf on the web, create images and other crap that requires not so much CPU, as otherwise I would just as well be buying a Macbook if it was such a thing I'm looking for, but not. I've Been running OS X (had time to travel over a Mac Mini, MacBook, and then last but not least, a MacBook Pro) for nearly seven years, so I am not a beginner or so, but I've never had a mind to play with, something I have started to like lately. The performance will be as follows: 2.93GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2x2GB (possibly because I am alone upgrade to 8GB in the near future) 640GB Serial ATA Drive NVIDIA GeForce GT 130 512MB How much affect Bootcamp, or...Rather, pull down the gameplay? For me it's troublesome - when you go through another program to run an operating system - it is quite weird for me, but apparently so it works better than expected. What about drivers? Is it worth to buy an iMac now, or should I wait until the type Thursday (because the event is on Wednesday)? Grateful for any assistance in this world, even though I have had a foot in almost seven years. It sucks.