I'm in a bit of a quandary over which is the best way to go here. I got a new iMac with a gorgeous 27" display that I really love to use and it is perched atop a brand new spacious computer desk. Meantime, in the same room I relocated the old PC to a smaller student desk. The smaller desk is kind of cramped and I tend to bump one of the computer speakers with the mouse which isn't the end of the world but it is annoying just the same. Originally, my thought was to keep the old PC and use it just for old games, meaning anything from 2006 and earlier which does not support widescreen resolutions since this old PC has a 1280 x 1024 19" display. So with a minimum of fuss, stuff just displays right on it that is older. The thing is, I have become spoiled now by the new iMac which is whisper quiet unlike the old PC which sounds like a jet plane with all its fans going. It is really loud. The new Mac has really nice Bose speakers that sound great, Series 20 ones. The Mac has a noticeably superior display, the quality of the display is just beautiful. The old one isn't terrible but the difference between them is certainly obvious. Lastly, it is just more comfortable working and playing on the roomy new computer desk. So I started thinking about just gaming on the Mac and either giving away or storing away the old PC. I already have a bootcamp partition setup and it works very nicely. I play EverQuest 2 there and it runs great at high settings. Anything I couldn't get to run in OS X would run there just fine. Here's the thing, if I stick with just using the Mac the geek in me I guess it is, wants to run my MS-DOS GOGs with Boxer in OS X and whatever I can for old and newer Windows games in OS X as well, probably using WINE via CrossOver. The tradeoff is that this adds work and expense. After all, as things stand right now I am already all setup to just play games with a minimum of screwing around to get them to work. But the iMac is just so damned nice to use and look at. So I am thinking maybe I should shelve the old PC and learn to run what I can in OS X and bootcamp the rest. I am a little hesitant to get into running all the old stuff that doesn't support widescreen on a widescreen because I know nothing about doing that. I don't know if it just tends to run pillar boxed by itself by default or if I have to screw around with various settings somehow to make that happen per game. For the most part, I don't think I want to run games in Windows as it would be an immersion killer for me but maybe I am wrong. It isn't like I've tried it. Anyway, thanks for reading this far! I came here to ask you guys for your opinions of what you'd do in this case. For the sake of zero hassles and simplicity would you use the lesser PC for playing old games or would you use the nicer Mac for everything although it involves more work? I originally posted this on the GOG forums and figured I would try here too for some more feedback. Thanks for any opinions and/or advice.