http://www.chargedpc.com/ There was a recent thread about these young guys doing upgrades to the 2011 iMac from home. I for one have an office but am self-employed and yet still work from home daily. I don't think it is a big deal. They seem to know what they are doing and have posted, on this site, a free tutorial on how to upgrade your iMac. But I don't feel like ripping mine apart. Their site says they have a 'clean room'. One poster sniped at that wondering aloud how that could be done in a private residence. I think there are all kinds of things done in private residences and a clean 'room' doesn't have to look like an Intel commercial to keep the dust out of my monitor. If they mess up my machine, I'll have them rip it all out and send it back to Apple. If they don't, then I guess all the naysayers can eat crow. I, for one, have no time or skill to be disemboweling my machine. I did it once, and swore I'd never do it again. Just not my cup of tea. Stay tuned as I write about my experience with this company. I have a feeling it is going to go well. They have rolled with every punch I could throw at them. I have pried and peeked and prodded. They have kept their cool throughout the process even when I questioned them. ChargedPC has had my new iMac in their possession and if they were going to fly the coop I suppose they'd be gone by now. We need a service that is cheap quick, and to the point. I own seven Mac computers and four Mac mobile devices and can assure you there is a gap in the market for some young up-and-comers.