Hey everyone, it's been a while since I've been on these forums I'm looking for some help with buying a used Mac Mini. I found one that is admittedly old, but I think it has potential, I just don't want to make a bad purchase. It's a 2009 C2D Mac Mini. It has been refurbished, and upgraded to 8 GB of RAM and the HD has been replaced with a 240 GB SSD. It is running Snow Leopard. I'm not so concerned with the price, because I've seen others that are more expensive with significantly less RAM and/or spinning hard drives. My question is, would a computer like this work OK in today's world? I realize a 7 year old computer isn't ideal, but I wouldn't be doing any high-end tasks like Final Cut or anything, just web browsing/playing music and writing for work. I've been trying to justify it by convincing myself that the SSD and 8 GB of RAM will make it much faster than the standard 2 GB of RAM and 120 GB HDD that others of this era came with. What do you guys think? Would this be usable for light tasks? Thanks for any help, love these forums! Edit: Apologies for double post, but I'd also like to add that this wouldn't be my main machine. I mean, I would be doing real work on it, but I'd use my newer MacBook Air for most things still. This would be a secondary machine. Is it a good buy at those specs?