I know that in linux you can type in a command that allows you to view cpu cycles down to the hundredth of a mhz,as well as many other nice things to know the exact realtime specs of,such as memory throughput,cache,drive read write speed etc.etc. I find the OS9 system profiler really doesn't tell me anything,except that my cpu's run at exactly 1000mhz(ya right!). I would like to be able to see the exact speed my frontside bus is running at,or my PCI bus.Maybe Apple slipped a couple of 950mhz chips into the ghz pile thinking no one would ever notice?How are you even supposed to know if the level 3 cache is actually there?etc.etc. No.I'm not paranoid,just curious.Although,honestly,moving up from a G4 400,I expected my new Dual ghz G4 to have a little more "umph" than it seems to so far? Is there any OS9 utilities,or OSX console commands/utilities and or benchmark tools used for comparing machines that can give a detailed,exact readout of these specifications?