Right now I'm typing this post out on a iMac
with a 22" monitor - 2.8Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo, with 4GB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM, 800Mhz Bus Speed, 500GB HD.
I have PC'* as well, but I switched to Mac when my main PC took a header courtesy of Adobe'* CS4, and I was out of business for a week trying to get it flattened, reloaded and back in business.
Over the years I have become very adept in skills, knowledge and ability and keeping a PC running as well as problems solving conflicts and issue, because I have had to. The Mac.....no need to have to.
I had one issue with my Mac not booting up after a software push and I called their technical support, who reside in the US; and got it fixed within an hour. You can't say that about any US assembled PC!
I also have Norton installed as an added layer of protection, but I don't have to. With a PC, its mandatory that you have virus, malware and trojan protection.
So dog me all you want to gang!