Hey guys, Im a bit over my head here, so I turn to you for some help. Some up until today, I had a 2009 i7 27" imac running a Samsung 1TB SSD with 32GB of ram. More than enough processing power for me and it has served me well. Sadly, it seems the logic board or video card are toast. Apple no longer repairs machines that old, and I'm not going to dump $1200 to replace the logic board a machine that old, so, I may have to bite the bullet and buy a new imac altogether....so, my question.... Apple has a habit of charging insane amounts of money for stuff, ram and storage being the main culprits. In my current Imac, I have a 3 month old Samsung evo850 1TB drive....and I'd LOVE to not have to pay apple $900 for a 1TB PCI SSD...so, here is my question(s) 1) Can I buy a Fusion drive imac and drop in my 1TB samsung SSD for the non-ssd part of the fusion without issue? 2) What happens to the fusion part of the drive? 3) Will the apple 1TB drive have superior performance and reliability vs my samsung setup (if possible?) If you were buying a new imac today, what would you do in my shoes? Thanks for any and all help!