Greetings all, I currently have a 2008 20" 2.66ghz iMac with the Radeon HD2600 256mb graphics card in it, but am looking to get a new Mac Mini to replace it: whether it's the i5 or i7 model I don't know yet. It's been an expensive 3 years for me so budget is a consideration...though I may be able to get the i7 if I need to. But all I read about in the forum is what the quad core i7 is like. So, does anyone have the i5 version, and if so what's it like to use? Is the standard HDD slow at all? I don't see any problems with the i5 processor, and it's certainly better than my current one, so I'm not fussed about that. I won't be gaming on it at all, it'll just sit underneath my HDTV and be used for the usual iLife/iWork/iTunes stuff, maybe playing the odd TV show or film, including through Netflix. For these reasons I'm thinking the i5 will be plenty, especially as I'll max out the RAM eventually. I have Windows on my current iMac running through Bootcamp and I have used it many times over the years to do work on 3D Studio Max (visuals of commercial interiors, furniture, retail interiors etc). It'd be nice to still be able to do that, but not essential. Obviously to this end I'm wondering whether the Intel HD4000 is better than what I've got. Please remember that budget is an issue or I'd get an iMac or better! Anyway, back on topic, what is the i5 actually like please?!