Hey guys! So I've pretty much gotten down my configuration: 27" Late 2013 iMac 3.5GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7, Turbo Boost up to 3.9GHz 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2X4GB 512GB Flash Storage NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M 4GB GDDR5 But I've been thinking do I really need 512GB of internal storage? I currently have 200GB of used space on my existing hardware so 256GB would be tight. But, I believe I can slim this down by getting rid of things I don't necessarily need to keep. If I can live with 256GB I can save the $300 extra cost of the 512GB. But would it be practical? Could I even still use Boot Camp on such a relatively small drive with my data on it as well? So, how would I mitigate having a small internal SSD? Leverage free SSD space on my MBP Start using iCloud and SkyDrive more often Get a wireless external storage such as WD My Cloud Use external HD/SSD attached to iMac (would really rather not do this) Are we moving in a direction where your data mostly lives outside your computer on servers? Or is this all pie in the sky? Should I just get the 512GB SSD anyway? At least then all my data is in one place. Thanks!