Good morning guys! I've been out of the PC building scene for several years (since around 2008). My wife and I are both a avid gamers - mostly console but some PC (mainly Sims 4 and a few indie titles). We've been using older laptops (2012 MacBook Pro w/ early gen i7 processor) to play said PC titles. This year we have decided to dip our toes into the desktop gaming rig waters. I've got several questions and a few requirements for building a PC, however. First, I want to keep my budget around $500. Thanks to cryptocurrency mining I realize that right now is an awful time for those looking for good GPU prices. RAM is also commanding a premium as well. This leads me into the main question. I've been seeing a whole lot of articles and videos lately regarding the intriguing AMD Ryzen 3 and 5 APU chips that have integrated graphics. Typically I know integrated graphics are just awful in comparison to a discrete GPU. However, the builds I'm seeing look pretty amazing and offer outstanding value. Should I go with a build utilizing this new technology and just wait to integrate a dedicated GPU later when (hopefully - God knows when) the market cools and demand drops. Or, should I go with a lower end GPU such as a GTX 1050 build, as I have seen a few of those as well. What are the pros/cons of each build? As I stated we are not hardcore PC gamers, but I would like to get the best bang for my buck here as I'm probably going to be building two systems, one for each of us. I'd also like some good upgradability going forward for when RAM and GPU prices don't require a mortgage to purchase. Thanks so very much for your help!