Hola, As I've read this forum in preparation of possibly purchasing my own iMac, I've become aware of the GPU being one definite points of interest for many people including myself. In fact, this has been one of the areas that has made me doubt getting an iMac, as the current offerings have been relatively old technology with some (relative) shortcomings. However, AMD has been promoting its new 14/16nm Polaris GPU lineup recently, which at the very least is stated to significantly increase the performance per watt ratio, which I hope to lead up to fairly powerful GPU solutions running in cooler temperatures. http://techreport.com/news/29616/amd-will-introduce-two-polaris-gpus-this-year AMD is said to target Mid-2016 for the release of these next-gen GPUs, which to me sounds favorable in terms of the iMac 2016 (with the doubt lingering in whether they have a proper AIO solutions available). nVidia is yet to demo or talk further about their new Pascal GPUs, so whether they would be a consideration for the iMac is another thing. In any case, this potential GPU bump along with possible USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 upgrades this year has at the moment convinced me to just buy an SSD (+Windows 10) to my current old PC and hang on until later. Exciting times, in my view - even though the year is yet early. Any others in the same boat or otherwise interested in these developments?