Hello, i will sooner or later be replacing my aging desktop, while decent it has become loud, and the case has become damaged due to my own faults, plus some of the hardware is not up to spec. So i was debating on purchasing a Mac Mini (with i7, Fusion Drive and 16GB of RAM) for around 1000$ versus another PC desktop which will most likely be custom built, with the following specs: - Xeon 1230 V3 (Haswell) Quad-Core 3.3Ghz - Cooler Master 212 Evo - 16GB (2x8) PNY DDR3-1866 RAM - Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 - Intel 530 Series 120GB + 2TB HDD 7200rpm - Some LGA 1150 Mini ITX mobo with integrated Bluetooth/Wireless (looking at Gigabyte GA-H87N-WIFI) - Windows 7 or Linux (possibly dual boot) However if new technologies such as Intel Broadwell come out soon i will look into upgrading into those, either on the PC or the Mac Mini. Already have my monitor and keyboard picked out. Now the dilemma is whether i should switch to Mac, or continue using Windows/Linux, neither of which i am "fed up" with, as i enjoy both OSes, and have never gotten a virus through all my Windows years. I have used Mac OS X before, but haven't used anything newer than Leopard (10.5). I might be interested in Hackintoshing, assuming my hardware is supported. I do consider myself a power user. For the games i will be playing, i will be playing either Steam Games or emulators, none of which are too intensive. I will also be doing some video editing (AfterFX) and Image editing (Fireworks) on the machine. I am also the owner of a Haswell laptop that i manually downgraded to Windows 7, in case that matters. So yeah, if anyone can help me make a decision that would be appreciated. Cheers.