This iMac 20" has been nothing but trouble pretty much since I got it. It's had insane problems with booting up to the point that it now takes over a minute just to get to the login screen - if it manages to do that at all. It's had various other silly problems, including not working well at all with boot camp, and now it's opening random folder Windows every time Finder is relaunched. Oh, and it ignores mouse clicks every so often, so I have to turn off the mighty mouse and then switch it back on, and wait for the iMac to re-pair with it. Today it's decided it's going to kill the "Sharing" control panel, so that freezes every time I try to access it. I am so tempted to give this back to apple and tell them to stick it, it's really bugging me now. I rang tech support about the booting issue, and they came to the conclusion it's everything but the mac - my USB device drivers are causing issues with the computer. But that can't be right, otherwise my macbook would suffer with the same issues (which it doesn't... well, it does, but not to the tune of over a minute's worth of bootup time) And for those interested, here are the bootup times? iMac Bootup time: 1m 10s without anything plugged in. 1m 12s with USB devices. Macbook Bootup time: 0m 22s without anything plugged in. 0m 43s with USB devices. Anyone got any words to console/help me before I do something silly?