Well, I got my new 2017 4K iMac from the UPS man today. Setup was a breeze. I just transferred over my time machine backup from my old iMac. No problems with Photoshop or anything else migrating over. Just had to reenter a few serial numbers. I purchased the i7 version with 1TB fusion drive and Radeon Pro 560 GPU. Excited to try a few games from my Steam library, I attempted to install Windows 10 via bootcamp... and started having a problem. Seems the Anniversary Edition of Windows 10 does not play well with Bootcamp right now. I am currently trying to install an older build of Windows 10. Fingers crossed it will work. I am pleased so far with the new iMac. The screen is noticeably sharper and brighter, with more intense colors. It is only a subtle difference, but it is noticeable if you look closely. The i7 processor is snappier than the i5 I've been working on, and the Fusion drive is wonderful, considering I had been working with the 5400 RPM HDD that came with my old stock iMac. I wish I could have afford an SSD but my budget would only allow a Fusion Drive. But I am pleased with the speed on the Fusion Drive. Everything loads up really fast. Hopefully I'll be able to get Windows up and running soon so I can report on game performance to you guys. It's not a problem with Bootcamp. From my research, there is a bug in the Anniversary Edition of Windows that is giving Mac owners issues. Effin' Windows... --- Post Merged, Jun 14, 2017 --- Nope. Older build won't install either. It keeps saying it cannot see the partition to install Windows in. Does anyone have any idea what I can do to get windows installed. I really wanted to play some games.