Long time reader, low quantity poster here looking for some feedback on my use case. So please bear with me.... I'm thinking of buying the late 2018 i7 Mac Mini (i7, 512GB SSD, upgrade the ram myself) for my requirements and am wondering if there are other users here who can give me feedback on it's viability and success? I currently use a late 2012 iMac (i7, 32GB, 512GB SSD External Boot, Nvidia GTX 680MX 2GB) as my main machine. I use it for all the normal computing needs and for playing Blizzard games primarily World Of Warcraft, Starcraft 2 and Diablo 3. I use it for Handbrake video transcoding of TV and movies for my iPads and iPhones. I have no other requirements. I am fully happy with my Mac environment and have no desire to bootcamp (if i can avoid it) or use Windows. My iMac SSD recently failed and I am now booting from a Samsung T5 USB 3 drive. I also have occasional graphic glitches that the Apple Repair Team say points to a failing logic board and GPU! I also use a Windows 10 Corporate Machine for my actual work. I have two large 27 inch monitors on my desk, one is my iMac, the other a boring HP VA Panel from work. I'm thinking that I should make the switch to the 2018 i7 Mac Mini and in order to continue to enjoy WOW etc purchase a Razer Core X eGPU enclosure with a Vega 64 or a Radeon 7 (now that Radeon 7 support is showing up in the latest Mojave Beta as an eGPU). I would then couple this with a decent Ultrawide 1440p monitor such as an LG 950F, Samsung CH890, or Benq 3501R. I think I could then use Picture By Picture to have my Mac Mini and my Work laptop on the same screen, improving usage and workflow, clearing my desk from all the kit and making life simple and yet also being able to maximise my Blizzard gaming. I could move to the 2019 iMac but that doesn't solve my issues with simplifying my desk, doesn't match the eGPU performance, nor does it help with Ultrawide for work etc. Are there any other users out there doing this use case specifically? If so does it work well and with excellent performance? Kind regards Neil.