Hi all! I'm going to apologize in advance for the length of this but I don't have time to make a shorter post and I tend to ramble when I don't know what to do. I currently use a 2012 Mac Mini was the low end with the only upgrade being a 1TB HDD. It does most of what I need it to, although when I work on large scale, complete illustrations in Photoshop, it can be pretty slow. And forget about upgrading to mac OS. I tried it and my computer was so slow, it took nearly 15 minutes to launch Photoshop and open a file! I had to use Time Machine to revert back to El Capitan. So, I'm in the market for a new computer and was hoping to see some new iMacs. My first Mac was a 2006 iMac and I loved it. But, alas, there were none and now, I'm uncertain what to do. I can, in theory, wait for the new iMacs, which are rumored to be sometime in early 2017. I can do my work as of right now, it can just be slow. Plus, a more recently upgraded Mac is more likely to be supported for later OS updates. It may also have one or more USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports, which will allow a bit more future proofing of accessories since I know these computers can last a while. But the truth is, I also don't always NEED to have the latest OS and I don't really know what benefits USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 really offers. And what if Apple drops all ports BUT the USB-C/Thunderbolt 3? A big part of the reason I'm not getting a new MBP is the added price of getting a docking station/dongles on top of the already premium priced laptop. Add to that the fact that it sounds like there really isn't that big of a benefit with the new Intel processors vs the ones currently in iMacs (something about Lakes, Kaby Lake? Crystal Lake? Lake Placid?). I guess the graphics update might be good, but I'm not a hardcore gamer (although I wouldn't mind better graphics). I would like to try some CG modeling (Zbrush for example) and I suppose better graphics card would be better for that. There is the option of going PC. I recently got my wife a new ASUS laptop for gaming and its really nice. Windows isn't as bad as it was when I left. I could easily just buy/build a desktop PC and upgrade/maintain as needed. So TL/DR: is there really any benefit to waiting for a new iMac? If I can wait, should I? Bonus question: What would the benefits be of USB-C/Thunderbolt 3, assuming they even added that? Truth be told, I don't know much about it other that its the latest trend and Apple seems to be gearing up to go all in on it.