Hey guys, I'm looking at getting a (very) used iBook for my fiancee, so she has a machine available to move around the place with when I need the Powerbook. I notice on the iTunes Download Page, it says that iTunes requires "G3 400 or higher" processor. How "hard" are those rules? One of the systems I'm scouting is an Clamshell iBook - 366 MHz G3, which I can probably get a hold of pretty cheap. Given that the machine will just be used for e-mail, Web browsing, iTunes (streaming from my machine via iTunes and/or controlling what's playing on the living room speakers using AirTunes), will a 366 MHz iBook (with as much RAM as I can get my hands on....) do the job acceptably? Also, will that old of an iBook run Panther satisfactorily? And will Apple continue its policy of supporting any G3, G4 or G5 when Tiger launches? Thanks for any help y'all can provide!