This is the one I have in mind - http://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-H50-De...p/B011HNT8EW/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top?ie=UTF8 However, I do have some issues with it. One of the viewers says there is an issue with the actual amount of RAM, but it seems that they might be wrong. I'm not entirely sure, if you look in the review section of the website you can find what I'm talking about. Another is about Lenovo's "Superfish" program, which was actually a virus they pre installed on some computers. I've heard they stopped putting this software onto new computers, but I'd rather not have a computer with a virus pre installed. Along with that, I've heard a lot about Lenovo products having an excess of bloatware that are extremely hard to remove. I'd prefer it to be a desktop. I plan on using this PC to - Use adobe products (Dreamworks, Photoshop, Fireworks) and Sony Vegas 13. Capture video game footage and live stream. (This is the capture card I am using, it says it requires USB 2.0 or higher, Win 7 or later, and 4 gb of RAM) Casual computer use - Browsing the internet, watching videos from Youtube/Netflix/Twitch. Casual gaming - Like Minecraft, Hearthstone, Undertale. I'd like for it to have a disc drive, HDMI ports TL;DR: I need a computer for photo and video editing use, not much for gaming. How bad are Lenovo products and the specific desktop I linked? If I were to buy it, what would the limitations on it be? (i.e You can edit videos, but not play new games.).