I have £1100 (max) to spend on a replacement for my Windows notebook which has died on its knees. I am torn between 3 models: £1107: 12" iBook -640Mb RAM -60Gb HDD -Combo drive -Airport Extreme card £1118: 14" iBook -384Mb RAM -40Gb HDD -Combo drive -Airport Extreme card £1078: 15" iMac -256Mb -80Gb HDD -Combo drive -Airport Extreme card (Could poss. stretch to) £1158: 15" iMac -512Mb -80Gb HDD -Combo drive -Airport Extreme card I will be using the system for word processing, web surfing, web design, Photoshop, iTunes and (a little) gaming. What would best suit my needs. It is not essential that I get a notebook although, portability is always nice (and I live in a small flat!) I suppose I am really interested in what is more important - a faster chip or more RAM. I am new to the world of macs and 800Mhz sounds like it might struggle? Incidentally, I am hoping that the Airport Extreme card will work seemlessly with my D-Link Wireless ADSL modem (802.11b) that I had been using with my last laptop.