Currently have an older 2Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo Mac Mini, which is slowing down to a crawl on basic operations. Only 2GB SDRAM and a 120 GB HD. Primarily use the machine for word processing, surfing, iTunes, iPhoto, and video editing (home movies). Extensive media collections, which are stored on external drives. Also have an original 23" Cinema Display (graphite frame), which I love. Not sure if my speed problems stem from too little RAM or if it's time to upgrade to a faster processor (and more RAM). Also like the idea of a larger internal hard drive for the music and photos. The new iMacs are very attractive options. But I hesitate to give up the perfectly good Cinema Display for an all-in-one. The MacPro seems like overkill for my needs and the newer Mac Mini doesn't seem like enough of an upgrade for me. Based on my use and current Mac, can you suggest the right move for me -- time to upgrade? what should I upgrade to? lose the cinema display? or just put more RAM in the old mini and all will be fine? Thanks very much for any advice.