A few weeks back I posted that I finally, after 10 years, ordered a replacement for my 24" 2.8Ghz iMac. It arrived yesterday and I spent most of the day installing apps and restoring data. I use Time Machine but preferred to manually restore everything to the new machine as I wanted to clean a lot of it up. This isn't really a review as there are a ton of those out there, but some observations, and maybe even a little kudos to the quality of my 10 year old machine. I went all out with this system, 27" 5K, 512 SSD, added 16GB RAM etc. (8GB RAM from Apple and 16GB from Crucial). First want to say I love it. It's gorgeous, it's fast, and chews through my 100K Lightroom image library like it was nothing. I really have no complaints with the system outside of the fact I hate the "magic keyboard" and will be looking for a replacement soon. I had a full size Logitech Mac keyboard on the old one that I'm just very used too. I also really like the new Magic Trackpad but honestly, it's not much of an upgrade over the old one I had. With all that said, the display speed and overall system are great. I'm happy with it, and it was time to upgrade for sure. However, honestly, it amazes me that it doesn't seem like a night and day change. I came from a 10 year old system with only 4GB of RAM in it and it was still very useable. Sure this one is faster, but frankly, it's not mind blowing faster. Maybe it's just me, but when I hear people saying they need to replace their 2-3 year old system as it's getting slow, I really wonder what they are doing with it, lol. Anyway, thanks for reading!