I've posted a few comments here and there but I thought I'd officially introduce myself and ask a few questions of my own. "Hi, I'm Matt and I'm a PC user." All: "Hi, Matt." /AA style I have been a PC user since before Windows 3.1, so I know the ins and outs and can fix any Windows problem with my eyes closed, from 95 to Vista. However, I'm tired of fixing Windows problems, and while Linux was fun for a little while I got tired of tinkering with it all the time just to get anything to work. So two nights ago, I scooted back from my desk, took stock of all my equipment (a Athlon64 3000 gaming machine, a Dell P4 2.0 GHz, and a Gateway Pentium III 933, along with three LCDs -- two 19" and an old 20"), and put it all up for sale. Every last thing. The only "PCs" I'm keeping are my laptop (a Dell 700m, waiting for a Merom MacBook) and my trusty Linux fileserver. I decided that if I'm going to switch, I need to immerse myself in it and not give myself the opportunity to use Windows while I'm at my desk, because then I'm afraid I won't necessarily be forced to learn everything about OSX. I do know I like it, because I've played a lot with a Mac we have at work (an older Mini), I just don't know the ins and outs yet. Two of my PCs and one monitor have sold already. So as soon as the third PC sells, I'm off to buy my Mac -- I plan to get a 20" iMac Core 2 Duo, stock configuration, and then buy 2x1GB sticks of RAM to put in it. I will also buy a Dell 2007WFP (I can't work without dual monitors). I'm a student so I can get the edu discount on the iMac at $1399. So I have a few questions for all you experienced Mac people. First, what do you think of my plan? Good to jump in with both feet? Second, I'm going to need to elevate the 2007WFP slightly to match the height of the iMac's screen (if I don't, it will drive me nuts -- I'm mildly OC). I'm looking for a clean-looking, low-height monitor riser/shelf thing. All I've found so far are a couple crappy-looking ones at Staples. Any recommendations? Third, and what I'm most concerned about, the keyboard and mouse. I'm very sensitive to the quality of my input devices. I currently use a Logitech MX5000 set and like the typing quality, but I'm selling it with my PC because the LCD on it is useless if you don't use Windows (and it doesn't match a Mac at all). I also prefer my devices to be wireless. However, a scroll wheel with no "notches" on it somehow disturbs me when I use it, so I think the bluetooth Mighty Mouse is out. I'm also not sure how I feel about Apple keyboards, so I'll have to use the one that comes with my iMac for a bit before I decide I suppose. I've read some reviews on the Logitech S530 for Mac set but they're very mixed. Some people say it's great, other say it's mediocre at best. So I guess I'm looking for opinions and recommendations. OK so that was a little longer than I intended, but there it is. I appreciate any advice anyone can offer a newbie like me. Thanks!