Hi all, would like to hear your opinion on this. Let me give a bit of background. I have a good gaming PC, but doing design work on Windows just isn't as comfortable as on OSX, so I'm considering to get an iMac or Mac Mini. This would be for a bit of freelance design work at home, mostly on Photoshop and Illustrator, occasionally InDesign. With the limitations of the iMac's thunderbolt display, I wouldn't be able to hook up my current PC with it so my alternative is a Mini. Unfortunately Apple messed up and isn't offering quad core mini which as far as I know would be better for my needs. What I'm unclear of is exactly how much of a performance drop the dual core 2014 Mini (let's say top tier, 256 ssd) would have comparatively. I mean, is it really a no deal i.e horribly slow photoshop performance? (Using quad core xeon at work) Also concerned if the Iris graphics would be a big drop in performance compared to having a proper graphics card (I probably wouldn't be doing video editing or 3D modeling in the near future). I'm looking at getting about 2-3 years use from this; do you guys think I should wait for a possible quad core upgrade, get an iMac or if the top tier Mini is good enough for me? Not too keen on dumping my PC as the specs are on par or better than the current 27" iMac. Also tried getting a 2012 quad mini but those are pretty rare now.