Hey all, I recently financed a late 2015 27" iMac to replace a late 2013 MacBook Pro 13" Here is some background for the decision, and situation I have here: About a year after I got the MBP, I really had no more need for a laptop, so I used said computer as a desktop for a couple years with an external display connected by HDMI. Then I started having some issues with the setup because of using the laptop as a desktop with an external display such as sleep related issues, audio issues, HDCP issues, when it came to accessing my third party content. And knowing that I couldn't take full advantage of a higher resolution display e.g. 4K at a very high refresh rate. I decided that I was tired of dealing with the computer and it would be better to start fresh with a new configuration, and a dedicated desktop. Let me also mention here that I really didn't want to have to worry about the battery anymore either since those are no longer replaceable at a reasonable cost. I also have a background and education in TV production, and broadcast. I wanted a good desktop to be able to build my skills with since the most experience I've had when it came to editing was 480p video, miniDV etc. I do have access to cameras now in my iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, that can all do 1080 and I also own a copy of ScreenFlow so I can do screen casting presentations as well. I also wanted to mention that I have a visual impairment so the large Retina display of the iMac is very nice on my eyes and in my case a need for comfort more so then it would be for someone with full vision. The question is this I bought the mid range model out of the three standard configurations. I do plan on getting into 4k editing down the road, but I can't get a time frame at this point and for that I've read that an i7 is better. For now. I wanted to find out if this was a good enough configuration to get me to the point. Where I would need something extremely higher end to progress at that point? I understand that the 1TB fusion drive only has a 24GB SSD, and the 2 and 3 TB models have 128. I think the build to custom options are overkill for me right now, especially since I'm going to have to pay this back. For the SSD I am thinking buying a Thunderbolt cable and using the 256 GB one in the MacBook Pro would be a cheaper solution and for extra storage I have a 4 and 6 TB external drive. I chose to buy now because I wanted to make sure I got something I could at least upgrade the RAM in at a later time. With the way Apple is going and user serviceable machines, I could easily see this as my last Mac. I purchased the iMac last Friday from Best Buy, and have 15 days from then to make sure I won't need to return, or exchange. That's why I'm asking the questions now after I've been testing it here and putting it through the paces to see if it's the right balanced unit for me. As far as the GPU, I don't game much, and I have an Xbox one S for that. Thanks again guys, any feedback would be welcome. Sorry this is a long post, but I like to try and give as much information as possible so people can give informed feedback.