Nice, the new displays are really beautiful. I have a nearly 5-year old 30" Cinema Display that's got uneven brightness, splotchiness and some burn-in ghosting. I'm ready to upgrade too, but realize that 27" is going to be as big as Apple's going to make from now on. The new displays like yours are so much better than the previous models. So, I'm going to wait and see what the new iMac has to offer, then I'll probably ditch my MacPro and downsize/upgrade.
If you do the math, a Mini and USB Superdrive plus 27" display cost a/b the same as an iMac.
I got the Mini almost a year ago because my G4, though still running flawlessly, was holding me back on important software upgrades — and Best Buy had it on sale (I'm a fervent coupon clipper and sale watcher). Then last summer my 5 yo MacBook succumbed to bad video card, so along came the 13" MBP — also a special price from Amazon. So finally, after years of slogging along with legacy hardware and out of date software, I'm now totally up to date. And broke!
I'd like to get 2TB Serial ATA Drive + 256GB Solid State Drive, load it up with 8 to 16gb ram. I DESERVE IT, DAMMIT! . I'll have 3TB on backup drives from my current MacPro, probably put them in a nice drive case. I have a local studio that want's to buy my current gear, so the only thing I'm waiting for is Apple to show me something new!
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