Guys - this Late 2014 Mac Mini is so slow. I sometimes can't get through a song on iTunes when nothing else is running without it skipping. It's not usually that bad, but it's just about hopeless. It was bad before High Sierra, and has been unbearable for a few months now with High Sierra. I'm ready to do something about it. I don't use this machine for a ton, mostly for the Photos app, my iTunes library, some word processing and web browsing. I use Photoshop occasionally, but not much at all and it's not something I want to do a ton on this computer. It's running MacOS 10.13.4, with a 1.4 GHz i5 processor and 4gb DDR3. It has a 2 TB hard drive in it that's about half full. Option 1 - Upgrade to SSD A local shop will install it for $79, and the SSD's are cheaper now than they've ever been before. I don't feel comfortable enough to do it myself, so that $79 is part of the equation. Option 2 - Buy older one eBay seems littered with 2011 and 2012 Mac Mini's with a more powerful processor and 16gb of ram. Any thoughts on it? The price is likely going to be pretty close after buying the SSD if I go that route and then selling the one I have of I go that route.