Hey guys, I'll order my retina iMac in a couple of days and I'm not really sure about the configuration I should get. I suppose you should know what I'm planning to do with my iMac: - office applications - a little bit(!) of photoshop - no video editing at all - gaming - honestly most of the time the typical "Mac-compatible"-games like WoW, Sims, ... were perfectly fine for me. But if there will be a nice, new game released (even if it is for Windows) and I'd like to play it, I want to be able to play without any hassles. So I have Windows via bootcamp in my mind. At the moment I'm thinking about this: - 3,5 GHz Quad-core Intel Core i5, Turbo Boost bis zu 3,9 GHz - 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 SDRAM 2x 4 GB (I'll upgrade that by myself to at least 16 GB!) - 1 TB Fusion Drive or 512 SSD - AMD Radeon R9 M295X 4 GB GDDR5 For gaming the better GPU was a no brainer for me but I'm not sure about CPU und storage now. Do I really need even more processing power? When I'm playing my games (like WoW, Sims, nothing special) with my MBP Retina 2012 the 2,3 Quad felt really well - of course on the SSD. And this is what I'm concerned about. As bootcamp would always run on the HDD part of the Fusion Drive, I suppose the workflow is not so nice and fluent. And at that point I would consider getting a 512 GB SSD - this is more expensive than the configuration I mentioned above but if you say that's worth the invest, I will think about it. So what's your opinion? SSD, FD? Even better processor? What should I get? Thanks for your help in advance!