My PC just died, and for all of PC's problems I can ALWAYS fix it. Problem here is my PC is to the age that it isn't worth fixing it, need to build a new one at the very least. But this provides me with the lucrative opportunity to give Apple a try. I'm not an Apple fan for any reason, save for the fact I am tired of my PC getting screwed up and so it's only fair I give the competition a chance! But, I know very little about Macs so need some help. Price is always a factor, I don't have a set limit but we will see what you guys recommend. Most important fact here is that I need a new computer, if the mac I need isn't going to make it within my price range I'm not going to get a mac. So I'm not even giving you some arbitrary estimate of my price range . I don't game anymore at all on the computer. I absolutely must run dual monitors, I do the regular college thing, and on top of that I do lots of graphic design (and the entire Adobe suite) and the occasional video/audio project as well. My needs are by no means extreme, but I want it to do all these things well. I know I can build another PC in that capacity within my range, I'd love if a mac fit in there though. I am open to all advice. I haven't decided yet between laptop or desktop, so recommendations in both would be appreciated. I am open to anything really. Currently run a 2.8GHz P4 (no dual core or anything fancy, this thing is OLD), 1.5gb 3200 DDR, P4P800 mobo, 9500 128mb Radeon, etc. I don't know the effective capabilities of a mac (for example a modern dual-core 2ghz P4 would blow my 2.8 away no competition- don't know how that works out for macs), don't know how much memory I want/need, etc. Only specific question I got at this time is on iMac's how many memory slots are there? I would love to go to four, but two is probably reasonable- 2gb is 1gb x 2 I'm assuming, so are there four slots or would I have to get all new 2gb sticks? Bring on the recommendations!!!! And thanks in advance!