I'm buying an iMac over the next few weeks, and have found that it is a great deal cheaper to buy one from the states than in england. I would just like to check that this will not pose any problems apart from the ones I've already anticipated. 1) The AC power cable - I know that it will be different, I can buy a US/UK adapter easily. 2) The keyboard language - I'm a touch-typer, so I'm not bothered about the actual keys being different, but I would like to check that I can change the overall system language to British English? I am an audio typist, and having to learn to adapt to a new layout would be a pain. I haven't properly used a mac before. I did have a borrowed ibook G4 but it broke after 2 days, before I could explore it properly. I am aware that in the top right corner there is a little flag changing the language, so all I really want to check is that it is possible for me to click on it, and change it from the American OS that will come with my mac, to a little union jack. I'm proud of my heritage So if someone using an American mac (which is probably most of the people on this site) could just check that for me, that would be great. The only real difference I know of in keyboard layout is that where the US has a @, # and " sign, a british keyboard has a ", £ and @ sign, which are all things I type frequently, and hope to be able to change. Wow, I've rambled on a lot there! Sorry folks! Anyway, if someone could tell me firstly if the keyboard issue can be easily resolved, and secondly, if there's any other difference I have overlooked? Thanks!