I am really starting to love it. IT's a 20" 2.4G iMac. I have been a PC user for more than 20 years and never had the inclination to switch. I used my friend's Mac on occasion, but always felt like a fish out of water, not knowing how to navigate through the system. I am still having some trouble and that is the reason I came to this forum. It looks like this is the pace to get answers. I have already done some search to answer some questions. That was helpful. I made the switch because I was tired of all of the maintenance my PC required because of the people on the Internets who have nothing better to do that make life difficult through spam/spyware, viruses, etc. I was almost anal about keeping the machine clean, yet the performance sufferd still. It suffered from the spyware, broken registery issues because of malware and it suffered because of all of the cr@p that needed to be running in the background to prevent all of the other cr@p. I had enough! Now I am ready for some speed and performance. Like they say, once you go Mac you don't go back I do have some question though and they will surely follow in other threads and posts down the line. I do have one question that would help being answered now. My old system was an HP Media system. It had a portable media drive that has all of my data stored on it. I can access it and view files, but I cannot modify and then save the changes without saving to a new file. Is there a work around for this or do I need to rename everything? Also, It seems I cannot delete the originals if I do save them to a new file. That would also be inconvenient. I prefer to keep the drive as it is pretty fast and still has ample storage available. Well thank for your help in advance and GO iMac!