Hi everyone! I'm switching my desktop PC for an apple machine. I need a bit of power for my usage (from simple development to 3D modeling, After Effects etc). My current machine is an i7 2'7GHz 12Gb RAM and a powerful enough graphics card. I feel that there's a big gap between the best Mini and the lower tier Mac Pro, but I guess I'll have to pay up for the lowest version of Mac Pro because the maxed out Mini is too mini. It but be a burden buying another laptop (or just selling the 13" I have and buy the new one like a rMBP 15") but if price/performance is good I could do that. I'd love a bit of advice: I've seen a couple threads saying the current Mac Pro didn't get out good for the price or something and that we should wait etc... Is true in any of that? Cause I can't wait, I need the new machine soon. So am I buying a good quality/price product? I don't need the shiny new black bin, if there's a cheaper (older?) Mac Pro that performs good enough for the price, I'll go for it. I just don't know the market. Is it better buying a new rBP 15" maxed out instead and just plug in two monitors? What screens should I buy? I want dual monitor no bigger than 24", but I don't know about these "ultra HD" and other names they give'em. Is it worth pay for these super high def screens (worth double)? If I do the bootcamp thing (never done it) for Win 7, will things like Battlefield run smoothly there? Do I need to buy something else to plug both screens to the thing? Thank you guys!