I've been lurking for quite a while and hope to get some input from you about a photography-related question. I do a lot of wildlife photography, using RAW files only. I used to have a 24'' iMac, which was OK but I did not like the color consistency issues even after calibrating the screen using EyeOne Match 3. After selling this computer, I got a new i7 27'' iMac. Unfortunately, it was surprisingly noisy and I was not really impressed with the display, either, and returned it. I then bought a 24'' ACD, which I really like but am stuck with a 15'' MacBook Pro with 4GB RAM and a fast SSD hard drive for now. The TIFF files out of ACR are between 100-200MB each and the laptop really struggles in CS4 with the fan going up to 6000 rpm and when I import a 32GB CF card into Bridge. I'm wondering where to go from here. I would like to be able to use the upcoming CS5 in 64bit kernel mode and at least 8GB RAM. If I were to buy a MacPro, which one would be sufficient? I'm considering using a SSD as boot drive and a 2TB for storage. I have no idea as for processor (I don't know how many cores CS5 can use) and video card and if a Mac Pro would be overkill since I don't do photography for a living. Should I wait until the new models are released and then buy the current model used or would it make sense to get a new one? Any help would be appreciated!