Hi guys (I mean that in a unisex way) I've started a couple of threads on here over the last few months searching for a laptop, and have at various stages been set on getting a mac or a PC. I thought I had finally found the perfect cheap little machine to meet my simple needs: a 1Ghz 14' iBook with 640Mb Ram. I spend 90% of my time on a computer on the net and word processing, listening to music, and doing some basic photo and quark stuff, so I figured this machine would be fine for a couple of years (I'd be happy to run it with Panther for the duration of its existence). However, I've now found out that this was one of the earlier iBooks and the RAM is now maxed out (640 is max). I had sort of been hoping to have the option of expanding to a gig as a way to future-proof it a little bit. Stupidly, I've already half agreed to the sale. If the 640 will do me fine I'll go ahead and buy, but if I'm going to need more RAM I'll back out now. Any advice from you wise mac users?