Hi guys, any help with this one? High spec machine needed. 1) What is your budget? £2000 2) What size notebook would you prefer? 14" ideal but will consider a slim 15" 3) Where will you buying this notebook? You can select the flag of your country as an indicator. UK 4) Are there any brands that you prefer or any you really don't like? Don't mind 5) Would you consider laptops that are refurbished/redistributed? Yes 6) What are the primary tasks will you be performing with this notebook? Everything except gaming. Sound and Video editing. Should be a very high spec machine. 7) Will you be taking the notebook with you to different places, leaving it on your desk or both? Both 8) Will you be playing games on your notebook? If so, please state which games or types of games? NO 9) How many hours of battery life do you need? More the merrier 10) Would you prefer to see the notebooks you're considering before purchasing it or buying a notebook on-line without seeing it is OK? Don't ming 11) What OS do you prefer? Windows (Windows 7 / 8), Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS, etc. Win 10 Screen Specifics 12) I love big resolution but wont tolerate a glossy screen. so if it's glossy i prefer to go down to a 1080 and get a non-reflective. 13) Do you want a glossy/reflective screen or a matte/non-glossy screen? (Scroll down to see explanations.) Build Quality and Design 14) Are the notebook's looks and stylishness important to you? Yes 15) When are you buying this laptop? Now 16) How long do you want this laptop to last? 2-3 years minimum Notebook Components 17) How much hard drive space do you need? Do you want a SSD drive? I need a big SSD but am happy to install my own. 18) Do you need an optical drive? If yes, a DVD Burner, Blu-ray Reader or Blu-Ray Burner? No OTHER STUFF MUSTS I need traditional USB 3s (at least 2), preferable at least one on either side. and here's the kicker in an ideal world this laptop will have DEDICATED pg up and down keys (no pressing ctrl / shift) Backlit keys Up-gradable SSD / RAM would be lovely but not a must, if the machine is of high enough spec. I think that's it. Any help, as ever, greatly appreciated.