HOpefully I'll get $875 tomorrow for my 20" alum iMac 2.0ghz C2D 250gb hd 2400xt gpu computer. Buyer says he's coming, but you never know. Is that a decent price? Seems like it based on what I skimmed off Ebay considering Ebay would rob me of fees and there's shipping too. Anyway not sure what to get next. I'm all over the map. MBA? Not sure I can afford or want to spend my dough on a new MBA. But man would love the 9400M on the Rev. B. Rev. A's though are what? $999? Can I justify spending $800 more for some graphics and 40gb more of hd space? I don't really have to game, but how about editing some home movies once in awhile? Rev. A good enough for that? Macbook? I could do this too. I guess the downside is I hate the screen. The new one is better, but still the same crappy panel. A big reason I like the MBA is the screen. MBP? I suppose since I don't exactly need a laptop a MBP would be fine. I would get a good screen and better specs and now you can change out the hard drive even. Mini? This was my first choice. $600 to start with. I'll add a screen later. I guess the problem is I hate to get a 3rd party screen that looks fugly with the Mini although one reason to do this is to use the screen for a game console or something. And you don't get a mic or camera with a 3rd party screen that works with the Mac or can you? Other hassle is storage. I would need some more storage. Seems like 1TB external is the way to go, but then it kind of defeats the purpose of having a small form factor if you have a few drives attached to it - one for back up. It would be sweet to attach the 24" Cinema Display to this. But $900 for a display and I can't even use it with a console or other device? imac? I'd like to get something different. I've had iMacs for a few years now. But it is hard to beat the value. I mean $999 for a 2.66ghz 20" refurb when they are in stock means it's tough to go with a $600 Mini except I could use the monitor for a 360 or PS3 if I want one down the road. Or I can step up to a 24" iMac. I'm thinking about that. If I get enough storage with it or add my own internal or external storage then I could use the thing as a bedroom/office entertainment center as well. Panel seems decent enough although I am fine with my current 20" panel I suppose. mac pro? I would love this thing too, but I think this is definitely out of my price range. An 8core Pro with a Cinema display would be great. I have been ripping DVDs and encoding them for iPods so 8 cores would rock. But $3500? I might as well save $2k and buy 1 movie a week on iTunes for 4 years instead of buying DVDs and ripping my current collection. I may play around with a MBA for a while. Rev A for $999 sounds awful tempting. I figure I can play with it for 2 weeks and still be able to return it if I don't like it. Or if I change my 6 months later I'm sure a Rev A will hold alot of its value since I'm getting in for only $999 to start with. Or I'm probably leaning towards a 24" iMac or $600 Mini.