Hi all - So I'm about to pull the trigger on a Mac Pro. I'm on a 24" iMac at my day job. For the past four years, my personal computer has been an iBook G3 (800mhz). Now that I'm doing a lot more in the way of freelance web design, I'm in desperate need of a machine with more bite. (My day job isn't liking the fact that I use my work computer for freelance jobs. ). Primary (proc intensive) apps I use: Photoshop, Illustrator - with occasional Flash, and some iMovie/GarageBand stuff. No hardcore video editing to speak of - though I'd love to do more audio editing in the future, hobby-style. To my question: initially, I was focused on the 2.66ghz MP. My thought was I'd start with 2gigs of RAM, and upgrade further once CS3 is actually in my hands. But let's say I uncovered a bit more cash. Would you all suggest bumping up the proc speed to the 3ghz quad (the octo is, obviously, way more than I need) or would you take that extra cash and use it to bump up the ram? Basically (and I know this is a common refrain around these parts), I want to ensure that my computer 1) screams now but also 2) lasts me as long as possible - and I want to make sure that the money I spend helps ensure that. So what do you all think? I know it's partly just a matter of personal preference and need - but what would you do in my situation? Thanks for your help!