OK, so I am looking for some advice/feedback on the following plan I have: I am moving into a new penthouse Apt with two other people and wanted to upgrade the computer set-up. So I came up with this idea: I thought I would purchase three (perhaps four) old iMacs (266 or 333), stick them full of RAM, load them with OSX and deposit them around the house...one in the kitchen, a couple in the living room, and another possibly at the door (for iCal and whatnot). Now ideally I would like to put a wireless card in most, if not all of them along with Bluetooth (preferably) for a wireless keyboard. I would put all the iMacs on a network (wirelessly) with my PM in my room and my PB as a wanderer (out the door alot, and we have a private rooftop deck with a view over downtown). I would have a couple wireless keyboards to share with the iMacs, and regular keyboards as backup. I would administrate/control them via Remote Desktop from my PM. Basically they would serve as media centers for iTunes and for movies/media based off my HDs on my PM or my external drives. Since I also have students in my household (including myself), they might also be used for Word. In addition, there would be some degree of file-transfer between the "papa" computer and the "children". So are the early iMacs able to go wireless? to have bluetooth? If not, any suggestions for a work-around? I figure for around $1000 or so, I could have a pretty cool thing going on... I have considered setting up old G3 towers with multiple monitors (wireless/bluetooth[again,if possible]) but that is a much less elegant solution... BTW, the Apt is about 1700 sq feet... *EDIT* Upon further research, can I use the ethernet 11g adaptor? how about the Bluetooth USB dongles?