Hi everyone, I have a few questions that I'm hoping to get some input on. I bought a Nikon D5500 on Black Friday last year and have been steadily getting more and more into photography as a hobby. My computer is a mid-2014 rMBP 15" i7 with 16 GB of RAM. The performance has been fine so far. However, I am finding working in Lightroom on the laptop screen to be cramped and increasingly frustrating. I would like to get a bigger screen to work on and am considering a few options. Money is not necessarily a factor in that I know what good technology can cost and I am prepared for that, as long as I am not buying more than I need. The other factor to consider is that my fiancée's laptop is ~5 years old and definitely on its last legs. One way or another, we will be buying a replacement computer in the next year or two. The options I am currently considering are: Buy an external monitor. If I went this route, I would want something color accurate. I'm not doing much printing now, but I expect that to change over time. It seems only reasonable to get something I could calibrate for prints. I would also only be willing to spend ~$1000 if I were to do the monitor only route, since we would also have to spend on a new computer sometime down the road. Based on what I've read, that probably rules out 4K. Buy a 2017 27" iMac. This is the option that seems to make the most sense given my other considerations since we could split use of my current rMBP whenever one of us needs a laptop. However, I am concerned about the P3 color gamut as compared to an Adobe RGB monitor. The internet seems to be split on whether it's a real issue but I know an Adobe RGB monitor would be better for printing. Based on all that, my questions are: Which option makes more sense from a photo editing perspective? The iMac has a very high res screen and large gamut, though P3 seems more geared toward video. Is the difference between P3 and Adobe RGB enough to be an issue? If I get a monitor only, what do you recommend that is in my budget? If I get an iMac, does it make sense to upgrade from an i5 to an i7 given that the most taxing tasks for the machine will probably be Lightroom and Photoshop? What about gpu options? I've already decided to go with an SSD and upgrade the RAM myself so those aren't an issue. Sorry for such a long read! Thank in advance!