I have an 'old' iMac that I have gotten loads of use out of since I bought it in April '09. I've done all sorts on it from light gaming, to heavy photoshopping. It's been a brilliant machine and I've never had any real issues with it except from the occasional crashing app maybe. In December 2010, however, I bought myself a MacBook Pro. I underestimated it's power. It turns out that it can do everything my iMac can do at the same speeds and without any hitches. As a result, my iMac is sitting there doing nothing because I ALWAYS choose the MBP over it because of it's portability. It's basically being used only for iPod management at the moment, and nothing else. So I had a wild thought the other day - I should maybe sell the iMac and replace it with a 27" Apple Cinema Display. I have the money to do that. That way I could keep the desktop experience and the screen real estate that the iMac delivers, but without the waste of having one extra computer that I hardly use. But I can't bring myself to get rid of the iMac. I still feel like I've only had it a minute, and I still feel theres more I can get out of it. But my MacBook Pro is stealing it's thunder and I ALWAYS choose it over my iMac because of the portability factor. What suggestions do you guys have? Should I keep it around or should I replace it with a display? On the other hand - Is it nonsensical to replace a full computer with a display?