Hi all, I currently use a Powerbook G4, 1.5Ghz, 1GB RAM, 128MB VRAM, with a 100GB hard drive. I'm down to about 10GB space on the drive and it's starting to slow down. It's pretty much 97% of the time chained to my desk by a firewire drive, DVI cable, power lead, external keyboard, WACOM pad and ethernet, and is sitting on a stack of books to get it to eye-height, so the poor thing never has it's portability taken advantage of. Professionally I use it for my photography using CS3, and it's becoming a real chore to use, so I decided that I need to upgrade. Here's my plan: Keep the Powerbook. Buy either a 20" or 24" iMac (probably 20" as 24" seems extravagant and frankly stupidly wide, requiring an actual HEAD turn to scan across the whole screen!). I'm going desktop because you get good speeds for less money, I will have a Powerbook still for portability, and ergonomically a desktop will be better for my posture etc. Upgrade the RAM in the iMac to 2GB. Upgrade the hard drive to 250GB or even 500GB. Buy a matching external hard drive size for backups. Dump nearly everything except music and current projects off the Powerbook, freeing up vast amounts of it's hard drive space. At the moment, of course, I'm waiting to see when these new iMacs will be released. Any thoughts? Suggestions? Advice as regards size? Anyone think getting a desktop is silly?