Hi all, I'm in the market for a new computer and whilst I've settled on a Mac, I'm really not sure which one. As a avid amateur photographer who wants to get the best from his pics, it seems Mac's have the clear advantage. The screens are pre-calibrated, the on-screen colours are rich and what you see on-screen is strikingly close to how they print out. I'm currently a Linux (Mint) user, so the world of UNIX-based systems doesn't worry me in the least. Moving to Windows, for me, would be a retrograde step back into the dark ages. I plan to use both Darktable and Gimp (both of which offer support to OSX), but am really keen to play with the new Photo app. Money is a consideration. I'm looking to spend no more than NZ$2000.00. I love the idea of a laptop, but am concerned I would have to have an external HDD permanently attached due to the amount of SSD space available. A desktop would be better in this respect, but certainly not portable enough. The concept of buying new appeals to me, purely because I'm not buying into someone elses potential (or real) issues. Any help, guides or pointers to help me choose would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance, Baldrick.