Hi All, I was wondering if any users had firsthand experience with the new HP desktop all-in-one with tilting screen. I first saw this in a catalogue last week and at first thought the idea was a little silly, but today I had an opportunity to play with one firsthand running Windows 8.0. http://h20435.www2.hp.com/t5/The-Next-Bench-Blog/HP-ENVY-Recline-Kick-back-with-a-good-PC/ba-p/82795 I will be in the market for a new desktop in the next 6 months and have started looking at what is available in both design and hardware specs. My options were: 1. A high end windows (tower) desktop, or 2. A new 27inch IMac. Both can be built to similar specs and therefore it is really only the operating system that would differ. I use Windows 7 & 8, and had Macs for many years, and therefore I am happy to use either. After seeing this HP desktop today, I was quite impressed and started considering what impact this type of desktop design would have on the user experience. The envy desktops come in HD 23 & 27 inch variants, and can be specced with I7 processors and a combination of SSD and conventional HD's. RAM can be increased to at least 16GB and therefore with this combination of hardware, it would be an ideal editing platform, if the user interface is workable and practical. If one looks at the website posted above, it is evident that the screen can be pulled down to chest height and pulled forward to enable tough input rather than mouse input. This appears to work well and could be fantastic for editing of photos. What I am not sure about is the touch interaction with Lightroom sliders and how accurate they would be compared with mouse input / adjustments. I need to perform some more research, but first impressions are positive. If any members have opinions or experience, I would greatly appreciate their comments.