Hello everyone. I just got my PC back from the shop after a week of downtime and a ton of headaches. It apparently suffered a system-killing trojan that required a total system restore. Quite frankly, I'm sick and tired of this BS. Every one of the (many!) PCs I've owned have slowed to a crawl within a couple years, and most after 3 or 4 years have just plain died, after giving me nothing but headaches their whole lifespan. I'm sick of it. Then, while I was waiting for info on my repair, I began playing with an iMac on display. I found the UI incredibly intuitive, and had me constantly blown away with the thought, "That makes so much sense! WHY doesn't Windows do that?!" and so I began thinking about purchasing one. Then, mere days later, a new line comes out. Now I'm not sure if I should buy now or wait a few months for the bugs to be worked out (also for Lion to be pre-installed, if it comes out in just a few months (?)). I'm not in a huge rush; I'm willing to wait if Macs have a history of having more problems in the first batch. Also very worth knowing: I'm a professional freelance web designer, and I need a computer that will be reliable day in and day out. A big part of my frustration with PCs/Windows is that I always have to worry about things going to hell and being DOA with a critical job (I do have a backup PC, but it BLOWS). I would also like to be able to do some moderate music making/recording, and a bit of video editing. I've always wanted to pick up 3D modeling, too. I wonder if that's hard on the system or anything. TL; DR- I need a dependable, problem free computer for professional use. Should I buy an iMac, or should I wait a few months for kinks to be worked out?