Last period at school today, about 20 minutes ago, I was waiting for my printout to finish, and the girl behind me in line sits on the table that contains a 1 GHz eMac, Superdrive, 1 GB ram, 80 GB Hard disk... the works... we have a whole lab of these, but this is the teacher one... well, the front two legs of the table bend in and the emac crashes onto the floor. the floor is cement with that cheap industrial carpet on it that really isn't much of a carpet. Since I'm the usual tech person who helps the teacher solve problems I help the teacher fold the legs back out and put the Mac back on it. *THESE THINGS HEAVY!!!!* after the macs back on the desk I sit down at it as the teacher and mainly the girl hold their breath. (She apparantly didn't like the idea of paying about $2500 if it didn't work) Well, I press the power button and whadda ya know.. Apple logo with the spinning circle... Booting into Mac OS X.... Now THAT's a quality computer! I really dont' know how the casing didn't crack when it fell, how the CRT didn't implode none the less. This happened in 3rd grade tho with a lime iMac... It flipped about 3 times and still had the keyboard attatched to it, but the Apple and Contorl keys on the left along with the caps lock were knocked off. it was less fortunate tho... When the teacher hooked it up and tried to turn it back on... it came on, chimed, and the light turned amber and then went off. when she got it back out of service she told me that the processer daughtercard had come off somehow, and that was it. Amazing how these computers can take a beating like that. Makes me wanna flip my Presario tower and 19" CRT (75 lbs. for the display) backwards off my desk and see what happens... who knows... maybe I will.