Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this but didn't really know where to put it. For some time I've been contemplating the new Mac Mini as I really want to go from the world of hackintosh to a real Mac. I've currently got the system in my sig (apart from having a 2.5GHz Core 2 Duo now instead of the Q6600) but looking at component prices, I could get the following for £482: Intel Core i5 3.2GHz Processor Gigabyte Motherboard 4GB DDR3 Ram Samsung 1.5TB Hard Drive Pioneer SATA DVD ReWriter With the above list, I would need to use my current case/psu/graphics card and would still need to find an OSX compatible wifi card. However, for £550 (including HE Discount), I could get a Mac Mini with the following specs: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz Processor 2GB DDR3 Ram 320GB Hard Drive With the Mac Mini, I could then sell the parts from my current PC and claw back maybe £100-£150 of the cost. The hackintosh I currently have was used for Web Design (new system will need to run Adobe CS5 perfectly), and basically running my business. Which option would you go for? I've found my current hackintosh to be very stable but I'm not able to use it at present because I haven't found a compatible wifi card/usb adapter. Any advice would be appreciated.