I've always had the same quiet opinion about the iMac line in general, and I'm finally deciding to share them with you all! This is Apple's middle-tier desktop. The biggest turn off for me are the mobile graphics. "Mobility" is right in the name of the cards; what a slap in the face. I've never gotten the all in one design either. The traditional box and monitor is clearly more popular. Sure, there's a market for this, but it, and always has, made so much more sense to get a new box when it's time to replace the computer. Then connect it to your existing monitor. My personal opinion is that the entire iMac line should be killed off. Enlarge the case of the Mac Mini, give it real desktop power, and let it replace the iMac line. Keeping the tower and monitor idea, Apple should have a consumer/prosumer tower and a professional workstation. It's not like the case even has to be that big, just large enough for essential DESKTOP hardware. Full size graphics card, quad core processors at least, and easily accessible hard drive and RAM. If Apple wants to rapidly take Windows customer base, then this is the best approach to do it. People have an idea what a computer should be, and so when they look into what the Mac world has to offer, they shouldn't be pulled in by the traditional format of the Mac Pro setup, and be scared off by the price tag. If they're not scared off immediately, then they look into the iMac and Mac Mini. The Mac Mini is no desktop. Why is Apple so concerned with making that thing microscopic? It's a desktop, not a mobile phone. And then there's the iMac. More respectable desktop specs, but Apple retards its capabilities by attaching a monitor to it. The problem with this is people like thin monitors because they go on your desk. Then Apple forces themselves to pack mediocre parts into a case that is designed to be thin, when it should be tucked under the desk. Just my thoughts.