Long story short.. I was a die hard PC guy. Last year I decided to sell my laptop PC and get a macbook as a second computer to play around with. At the same time I built a new PC. The PC died over the summer and I decided I can just use my macbook for a while until I decide what I really want to do. I love the macbook and would never go back. One thing about the mac that I do miss is the ability to play graphics intensive games like half life 2 etc. So decided to purchase a macbook pro and then sell my macbook on ebay. I orderd the macbook pro which Idid not get yet. When I orderd the MBP I ordered the gloss screen. After thinking about it I decided the gloss screen was not for me. So as soon as I get the macbook pro. I am going to return it. The MBP I got was the cheapest one with the 128 vid card. When I was in the apple store I was talking to one of the guys and he told me, I shoudl keep the macbook and go ahead and get an iMac 24". It has a better video card and it a great machine. After thinking about it I decided this was a good idea. The problem.... THe Imac 24" will not fit on my desk. The height is 20.6 and I only have 19.5. ( I hvae a hutch on my desk). So now, I am looking at the 20" imac which has the same video card as the MBP that I orderd and returning. I do not understand why the 20" imac does not have the gforce graphics but it doesn't. So.... the advice I need do I a) Keep the macbook and be happy until apple comes out with the next round of new computers which will hopefully have a better video card. b) Return the MBP Gloss and Just get the MBP matte and deal and keep one computer for now. c) get the imac 20" upgrade to 256 on the video card and keep the MBP. d) Another idea I have not thoght of I few mort things. I use my macbook with an external display and keyboard as my main desktop. I would not consider myself a regular gamer but when I play a game I want great graphics. I also want the computer to last me a decent amount of time and be able to play future games. So please help me to make this decision.