I just picked up a FREE PowerMac G3 all in one system (233MHz) and will be picking up a second one tomorrow. The second one is marked as not working, but I will be taking it apart to see where the problem is. If it's anything exept the logic board, I will be able to repair it (fairly easily and for not too much green). I'm thinking of upgrading the one known good system to a G4 chipset (via upgrade), cranking the RAM to the max (768MB) as well as installing a 100Mbps network card and adding a FireWire/USB card. I'm also considering installing a larger hard drive (I think it has a 4GB drive now). I'm also debating upgrading the video card, depends on if that will be worth the effort or not. I could increase the VRAM to give the internal display some more umpf. By the time I'm done, this should be a fairly decent system for some uses, and will be able to run OS X. Anyone have any suggested uses for it?? I might be offering the other system for sale, depending on what I find is the problem, and if it can be fixed or not. I hope it's a fairly easy repair, so that I can do something with it. Would anyone be interested in the second system?? If it's just the processor that is the problem, I will be able to install the one from the good one, once I upgrade it. These systems use PC66/100 low profile memory chips, which can still be found and for not a lot of money. The one I have here now, as the cd-rom, floppy and zip drive installed (at least it looks like it, I won't know until I open it up).