Not bad, but I think I would get the standard Apple mouse. It’s good that you get the Apple Care that can be very handy, you would just give them your number and they can help you and you aren’t charged technical support fees then. You may not need it, but it’s handy to have if there’s a problem. There is also a number strictly for accessibility problems too over there, they’ve had that for a year or so. You may wish to explore increasing your ram though. That is usually what catches up with age, as they develop it requires more ram and of course if you have minimum amount when building your machine you will notice the machine slowing down as they keep updating the OS. On Jun 26, 2014, at 5:39 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Well, it will be impossible to spend that portion since the attorney kept the > portion that is potentially owed to Medicare. I am glad he did though as it > prevents us from accidentally getting into it. The portion that he released > to us is strictly the portion that is ours after everyone is paid. > > The Mac that we are looking at getting once we are able to get a hold of the > money is, get a hold of the money as in cash form rather than check form is > the following: > - 21.5 “iMac > - 2.7 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5, turbo boost up to 3.2 GHz > - 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR 3 SD RAM 2X 8GB > - 1 TB serial ATA Drive @ 5400 rpm > - Apple Magic Mouse > - Apple wireless keyboard > - Accessory Kit ( What is this if you know?) > Software: > - Pages, Numbers, Keynote > - iPhoto, iMovie, Garage Band (I guess our nephew will like this > one) > - OS X > - Apple Care Protection Plan > - 1-to-1 Membership for 1 year > > Taxes and all: 1930.45 > > How does this sound? Is there something that you would change and if so why?