Hello everyone. I am having a very tough time deciding which system to get to replace my 2017 iMac. The Mac mini still has weaker processors now compared to the latest iMac. I have to be honest, I am not a fan of the iMac's display. No height adjustment and it is very tall. It has such massive borders around the display too. And my 2017 iMac does have a display issue which means my entire computer needs to be sent in. I prefer to use my own monitors and am free to hook up a 144 Hz display for some gaming. I do a lot of Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro X. I do very little 4K stuff, most of my content is still 1080p. I do use HEVC for the file size benefit. So maybe the Mac Mini with the T2 chip is better? However, I think FCPX is more bursty so higher amount of speed is better than core count right? I am not a fan of the built in graphics of the Mac mini. The new Mac Pro is obviously out of my price range at the moment. Especially since I can get a similar specced iMac (without Xeon and ECC memory, but core count) and have it a couple thousand cheaper WITH 1TB SSD is very desirable. I DO plan to do some light gaming on this by booting into Windows. Games like Borderlands (including the new one coming out), Factorio, Terraria, Doom 2016, and GTA5 to name a few. As long as I can do 2560x1440 at 120+ fps on my 144 Hz display, I am fine. I do not need 4K gaming or anything like that. So with the Mac mini, I would need an eGPU anyway. At least with the iMac, I will get a fairly decent dGPU and I can still opt for an eGPU later if necessary. Thanks for the advice!