I think I have settled on getting an iMac 27" i5 3.1 GHz machine (in stock format with planned memory upgrades after purchase). I have a question or two. It appears that I can get the stock machine from B&H Photo (from whom I have purchased a crapload of camera equipment with great success) for a bit cheaper than getting it from the Apple store. They have the iMac that normally retails for $1,999 for only $1,876. Also, they discount AppleCare to $122 and change. Plus, they offer free shipping and since I don't live in NY, I pay no sales tax. All in, this adds up to almost $350 worth of savings. So while that seems like a no brainer, my question is if I order from B&H and run into any of the few problems encountered with iMacs (hard drive recall, screen issues, new OS problems, etc.) will I still be able to just take my machine into the local Apple store to have them fixed or will I be stuck shipping it back? If the latter, It may just make life easier to pay the extra dough and get it locally. What say the experts? By the way, this would be my first Mac, coming from a lifetime PC user. It will be mainly used for photo editing, occasional video editing and general messing around. I still have a PC laptop for use both at home and work. Thanks in advance!