In a bit of a quandry here... I have three white iMac 20" 2Ghz Core Duo machines that I've been using for Photoshop editing of portraits. I've been very happy with these machines... the quality and displays (IPS panels) are wonderful. Problem is they're feeling a little slow when using filters. The machines are maxed out at 2 GB RAM. They run fast enough in Photoshop CS3 when not running filters, but I tend to run filters a lot and have multiple apps/windows open. SO... more processor speed and more RAM to the rescue, right? And a bigger screen wouldn't be at all bad! In come the new aluminum iMacs... which look AWESOME at first glance... great size (24"), great processor speed 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo, great maximum RAM (4 GB)! Sounds too good to be true... and it is... danged glossy screen and sucky exaggerated color saturation. Major flys in an otherwise glorious ointment. SO, I find that some white 24" iMacs with 2.1GHz Core 2 Duo processors are available, max RAM is just 3 GB, but that's better than 2GB. What would you choose for Photoshop editing of professional portraits... go for the faster aluminum 24" iMac with 4 GB RAM, glossy screen, and exaggerated saturation or the somewhat slower white iMac 24" with 3 GB RAM and the nice, matte 24" display? My money's on the white 24" iMac while I can still get it... but am I sacrificing too much in processor speed (2.1 vs. 2.4) and RAM (3 GB vs. 4 GB) for the ideal matte screen and natural colors?