"Outstanding all-in-one, quad-core power."4.0 starson by GuyWithGuitars
Pros: Setup is a breeze. Elegant all in one design makes this desktop easily transportable. Superb display.
Cons: No Thunderbolt support or peripherals. At this time, Thunderbolt is about as useful as mammary glands on nun.
Summary: I have to 100% disagree with the main reviewers assessment of this machine. The gorgeous 21.5 glass-paneled backlit LCD display and OS/X's Front Row makes this an excellent media center computer. Not to mention AirPlay (wireless streaming of media content to your AppleTV or iOS device). The 512mb video adapter is plenty of juice to run DVD's and most gaming. I'm playing Bioshock on this bad boy and it's as smooth as glass. Far superior to any Windows based all in one for most applications - media center included as the Mac will play DVD's and media without the typical frame freeze and hiccups inherent to Windows. Get an Apple Bluetooth remote and enjoy a trouble free media center computer. Biggest complaint? Absolutely NO support for the new Thunderbolt port. You would think that there would be at least 2 or 3 available accessories before they release a machine that supports Thunderbolt. I have a suspicion that when say an external HDD DOES become available, it will be cost prohibitive. That can only change if the industry adapts Thunderbolt over say USB 3.0. Otherwise, this is another Firewire type of interface. Superior but mostly proprietary and expensive to utilize. Overall vastly superior machine to any Windows all-in-one due to some great hardware and Mac OS/X. Those looking for a new machine should definitely take a long, hard look at the new iMacs. Spend maybe the additional $150-$200 for a Mac over a Windows PC and enjoy a long-lived, very trouble free machine.