A person I know at my college had this PowerMac B&W G3, and didn't need it anymore, so he said I could have it at no cost whatsoever! Since I knew today a PowerMac G3 can have many uses in today's world (more than a paperweight actually) I thought "What the heck? I could use a vintage Mac!" Now, it was practically bare-bones when I got it, since it had no graphics card, memory or optical drive. However, I put in a CD-ROM drive and two 256 MB modules. Now all I need is the graphics card. I'm thinking of this... http://www.yourmacstore.com/shop/shopexd.asp?id=480 But I'm not sure how it would be installed in a B&W G3 tower. If not, they may have some old Mac PCI graphics cards at my college I could use. It doesn't have a 6 GB hard drive like it originally would've came with; the previous owner replaced it with an 80 GB hard drive. I might also get a Sonnet G3 or G4 upgrade. However, it's a Revision 1 machine with a 300MHz processor, so until then I may use it as a Mac server or as a regular old Mac OS 9 machine to use for the heck of it (like for schoolwork and stuff), while I use my trusty 1.42 GHz eMac for everything else. At least unlike a certain iMac G3, this thing DOES have FireWire ports! Any comments? I don't want to hear any "Get rid of it!" or "You've been ripped off!" comments. I just decided that I've always wanted an older B&W G3 Mac, especially since my high school used them!