What keeps you attached to your PPC mac? I respect that you're useing the older hardware and I think it's kind of neat, to be honest. But I'm still curious as to why most of you choose to use PPC macs as your primary machines. My first mac was a graphite G3 iBook, and it was running tiger when i got it. By then, the intel transition was already announced, but all the products had yet to transition. It's 800x600 screen served me well but it was not my primary machine, and the screen was too small for garageband, witch was the reason I wanted a Mac in the first place. My next Mac was a 2006 white core 2 duo iMac, witch lasted my six years. It died because it's logic board was one of the few with defects in it's logic board. it plauged me with screen artifacts for four years before finally locking up at boot with multiple attempts to reinstall the OS failing. My current is a 2011 Macbook Air, but I degress. my expirence with PCC Macs is lacking, so what keeps you intrested in PCC? Is is backwards computability with older software? the design of the hardware? some performance gains with G4+ CPUs that I am unaware of? thanks for your replies and I look forward to hearing your answers.