Afternoon, First time posted long time reader (too many hours reading this forum to be truthful but always a good read) I don't often see people talking about their Mac on here with regards to logic and Interfaces. Here is my dilema I currently own a White macbook 2ghz intel core duo and have maxed it out to 4gb and put in a larger hard drive. As well as using it as my main laptop it is also main main source or recording audio as a songwriter, producer e.t.c. I'm finding that my machine is struggling when using some of the 3rd party plugins, waves, ik multimedia so thought now is the time to upgrade my machine. (whether i do that now or wait for the sandy bridge model early next year is my one of my decisions) Of course the Mac Pro is going to be more expensive but with the Imac having only the one firewire connection that means having to daisy chain my apogee duet with a firewire hard drive which I'm not sure will work correctly. Most people recommend using an external hard drive to record the audio to and the same for samples so It's not working the internal drive as hard. So you can see I've read up what i need but I'd like to get people's experiences of using logic and how it performs with daisy chaining your soundcard using the single firewire slot. Also would love to if i would notice a massive difference between what i have now and the next slight refresh this year regarding how many plugins i can use e.t.c I know there are a lot of questions in this thread but I'm sure there are many musicians who record have the same questions that surprisingly don't always get answered on logic forums as it mainly talks about the software as opposed to what you can get out of the machine. I know the Mac Pro would solve my problems as it has a plethora of connections but I do love that Imac display and although i would love to be able to get an i7 the screen size worries me. I'm guessing it would run logic considerably better though? I'm done!