Hi all! I am planning on investing in a new Retina 5K iMac with the wish for it to last me at least 5 years. I have figured while i am spending £2000+ already then why not get something that will last. However i am unsure on what specs i should get. I will be definitely getting the i7 Processor - but am unsure on what else i should do without wasting money. I have read before that there may be graphics issues with the base GPU so should i upgrade it? Or is this people being picky/speculating. What have you experienced? Also i am used to silence with my late RMBP so would ideally like similar with the iMac. Therefore i am curious to find out what people think about the noise made by the fusion drive? I am not worried about the capacity of the storage however so bare that in mind. So do i go fusion/SSD - how loud is the Fusion Drive? Furthermore is 8GB RAM enough? If not, i know that Apple charge a lot for RAM, however it seems stupid buying it with 8GB RAM and then putting in and additional 2 x 4GB sticks to create 16 rather than putting in the 16 straight from apple so that i would then have space to upgrade to 32GB when needed. In the UK i don't see a huge difference (around £17 from crucial) Thankyou in advance!