Hey guys an' gals, how's it all doing? I'm new to the forum but I've been in the shadows for the past 3 months secretly reading all of your little forum posts, waiting for the right time to strike, and here I am! I'm Chris Morgan from Scotland, 19 years old and I have an Apple iMac, and I couldn't be more happy about it, here's my story Enter me: a guy who loves games, I could snipe you when playing Enemy Territory with my eyes closed, a real l33t player if you could call me that but I was getting weary, I needed something else. Put your feet in my shoes: January 2006, my PC is now 5 years old, extemly slow and beige, with limited upgrade options: Intel Celeron 633MHz Soyo SV-7VCA 384MB PC66 RAM GeForce 2 MX400 20GB WD Hard Drive Face it, I was on the winning end of the loosers side, I knew it had to change, getting into EVE: Online my system taking 1 step forward and 2 steps back from getting nowhere to nowhere, seeing 15fps was an achievement, my E-Penis was deflating rapidly, although I must admit the system was pretty secure, 5 years of marriage and I knew my PC like the back of my hand, i saw the moodswings, the good times the bad times. Pretty much I knew everything about it. But time was getting on. I look at my bank account and run the figures, I can afford a £700($1,200) system. I decided to start from scratch: a whole new system. I look at the prices and I get the parts I needed to secure my place once again as the best sniper in ET. After 5 years of being the underdog, I thought I deserved something with a bit more 'ommph' into what my eyes were seeing, so I take the plunge: AMD Athlon64 3500 Asus A8N-SLI SE 1GB DDR400 Cosair (512MB x 2) 2 x GeForce 6800 GS in SLi mode 160GB WD Hard Drive Sony DVD-RW And a 3rd party case called EZCOOL that made basterdised G5 clones The stage was set, everything was flawless, I was ready to maul, destroy and conquer all those who dared tried to 'pwn' me. I buy all the latest games that my PC would run at max settings on. F.E.A.R. - Flawless, one of the scariest games I've ever played Enemy Territory - 16xAA & 32xAF made this game reborn X3: Reunion - Simply beautiful, I have the X series by Egosoft all the way back from 1999's X: Beyond the Frontier TOCA Race Driver 3 - Better than Gran Turismo 4 The world was my oyster, but then it happend....I felt empty, no abount of eye candy could conceal it, and that's when I realised that gaming wasn't good anymore, I had grown up, I had moved on in life. My only reason was 'cos i had the slow PC, I felt that I had to get a better one, since being in the slow lane wasn't for me, but when it happend, that was it.....it came and gone like a flash. So I pack my bags and sell all the equipment on eBay. It was a hard expensive lesson but a fair one at that. 5th April 2006 The date that changed everything, BootCamp, the thing that could make it happen. The simplicity of Apple OSX with the compatability of Windows XP. I had to get a Mac, not just an Mac.....an iMac with the new Intel Core Duo's. So I bided my time and saved, until I had £2,000($3,600) and when that time came it was the start of May. During the time of saving I done what i usually do when I get into a new thing....i researched, and researched. By the time I phoned Apple I felt like an Apple savvy guru, and then I phoned them, and gave them a large amount of my cash.....a VERY large amount. I wanted the best deal the best machine and the coolest gear, and here's what I got: iMac 20-inch - 2.0GHz Core Duo - 2 GB DDR2 RAM - 256 MB X1600 GFX Card - 250GB Hard Drive Black iPod nano 4GB M-Audio Kaystation 49e I was on a spending spree, I was like a kid in a sweetie shop, and the Apple rep on the other line must of been drooling at the thought of the comission he'll be getting, so it's all smiles! That was on 1st May, and come 17th May i took the day off to greet the arrival of white polycarbonate plastic! It was some sight (I'll need to upload screenshots of my setup) BUT! To keep a mammoth story long, i had the iMac for a week, until I got a new one. The 1st one's SuperDrive died on me and the screen gave a 60Hz flicker from a CRT look when it was brought out of sleep, and it was weird, for 3 days I had 2 iMacs under the one roof! Drool away Now onto present day, I'm making music, listening to music, and taking pictures, and everything works flawlessly, and the only reason i got an iMac isn't the reason anymore..... I have never installed BootCamp Nice to be here, and.....HELLO!