There's really not enough to say about Apple's newly spec-bumped iMac to warrant a full-on review -- sure, it's got faster processors and some newer video cards, but in day-to-day use it feels like basically the same machine first introduced in August of 2007. In fact, apart from the switch to mini DisplayPort and the removal of FireWire 400, we're pretty sure you could swap in this new model for the older 2.4GHz 24-inch aluminum iMac we use as one of our daily drivers and we wouldn't even know until we tried to render out some video or do some gaming -- the marginal increase in power just isn't all that noticeable in day-to-day tasks. If you ask Apple, they'll tell you that the big story is that $1,499 now buys you a 24-inch screen -- which, considering the historical lameness of the 20-inch iMac screen, is good news in more ways than one. We wanted to put our older model head-to-head with its modern analogue, though, so we opted to test the $1,799 2.93GHz version with GeForce GT 120 graphics -- we didn't quite get upgrade fever, but we'll admit we thought about pulling a switcheroo once or twice. Read on!