I rely on my 15" PowerBook G4 for day to day use, though I have a host of peripherals and drives that are served off an old grey G3 tower using a 17" flat display. The tower functions primarily as a hub for all of the storage and as a media center; I do all my eyeTV recording on it. Lately, I've done all of my hard work -- Photoshop, video editing, et cetera -- on the laptop since the G3 wasn't really up to it. I don't see that changing, and I still see the desktop model being primarily a media center. I'm about to get a new Mac laptop (jury's still out on which one) and a new desktop model. I had been waiting -- for ages -- for the Mac Mini update, in hopes of something far more impressive than we just got. But, since it's going to be a while before we get another Mini update (if they keep a headless option in the lineup at all) and since my G3 is literally groaning all the time now (I can hear it a room away), it's clearly time for me to take the plunge. I have a 17" flatscreen display from when I purchased the G3. Obviously, I have mice and keyboards galore. So, a Mac Mini makes a lot of sense. I don't feel compelled to ditch the display I already have for a 20" one compartmentalized in an all-in-one machine unless it's far, far faster. So, how do the new iMacs stack up against the Mac Minis in performance? Has anyone seen any head to head(less) performance comparisons on the latest models? Jen.