First let me say that I LOVE my MAC. I recently switched and see no reason to ever go back, I am happier than I thought I would be. Also let me say that I am a realist, I understand that nothing is perfect and that even a great MAC could have the common problems like freezing, so I am NOT bashing my MAC. I bought a brand new 24" iMac from the Apple Store last month, it is the newest model, but it is the bottom level 24" model (base, no upgrades except the wireless mouse and keyboard). In the month that I've had my iMac I have had about 8 small problems. It's usually a freeze where the mouse or keyboard doesn't work. It's not a BlueTooth connection problem, it's the computer itself because I will see the status bar in Safari stop moving. Usually it happens when browsing thru the normal webpages that I frequent. I do surf kinda fast, but this computer should be able to handle that, no? When it freezes like this I will press the power button so it goes to sleep, then press it again to wake it up. This will usually clear the problem. Also, just now I was surfing and out of the blue the computer froze and I saw the beachball, but 3 seconds later it went away and unfroze on it's own. I think I usually get the freezes after the computer is running for a long time, but I thought the Mac was supposed to be able to run without being rebooted? I haven't installed any problems, I'm running completely stock, browsing with Safari. Like I said earlier, these problems aren't a big deal. But if there is something I could do about it, please let me know. Thanks!