Hello! I'm a complete Mac novice - I do not yet have a Mac, have been on the PC side of the fence for the past ten to fifteen years and have (almost) decided to make the monumental (well, it feels it!) jump to Mac-dom. Currently I have seven networked PC's in my house (two servers), both wired and wireless. The wireless side uses the 802.11g standard with a 128-bit WEP. Will I abe able to integrate an iMac into this setup using the onboard Airport card? All the computers internal to my network need static IP's to access my proxy server. Can I just set the iMac's IP to 10.0.0.9 with the same subnet as the PC's and it'll work straight away, or is there more to it than that? Secondly, I have decided to go for the 2.0GHz iMac, I can get a pretty good discount through my University (higher discount than the std. student discount it would seem), but am unsure whether to go for the 17" or 20". I do a fair amount of digital photography work/image editing as a freelance photographer, and also will be doing video editing with Final Cut Pro. Which would you go for? Thirdly (bear with me here!), how long should it take for a quick-learning young guy to get to know Mac OS X really well?? After 15 years of Windows I'm slightly apprehensive about switching! Lastly, I don't really need the machine until the end of summer. Should I wait to see if the price for the highest spec iMac comes down?? Is it likely that it will? Sorry for all the questions, the jump from PC > Mac is slightly scary!