So I currently have a 2011 MacBook Air, the 13" model with the i5. It's excellent for basically everything I've ever needed it for; however, I'm looking to get into some somewhat-intensive video editing, where I can take the HD video shot on my GoPro Hero 2 (720p at 30fps, 60fps, 1080p at 30fps) and alter it using the Adobe software bundle - Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects. Clearly, the MacBook air is not intended for very intensive software like this, not to mention my MBA HDD is only 128GB (although I have a 1TB external), which doesn't leave much after these hefty software installs. My original plan was to pick up a relatively cheap, but spec'd out Windows laptop, and do my thing. That being said, I wasn't able to find anything decent for under say ~$600. This got me thinking that I may just be better off with a Mac Mini, since I already have an Apple keyboard and mouse, and I can plug it directly into my HDTV for usage. My question is this: will the $762 Mac Mini (as per Best Buy) with the AMD dedicated graphics card (256MB), 4GB of RAM, and the i5 processor be sufficient for doing what I need to do? I would probably be editing 5-10 minute videos, possible 20-30 at best. Additionally, I saw 8GB of Kingston RAM for the Mac Mini on Amazon yesterday, so I would probably upgrade that as well. Would this machine perform well for me? Much better than the MacBook Air (which simply takes a lot of time to render, encode, and import the movies into iMovie)?