Arrrggg.... Let me explain that I've been using a wonderful Powerbook G3 with all the upgrades for the past few years. I had been planning on taking it to college with me, as it performed wonderfully under 9.2.2. All I needed it to do was to run Office. However I needed to upgrade the RAM, so I decided to remove the stock RAM in the lower DIMM slot. (See this for what it looks like: http://www.transintl.com/technotes/installrampbg3_2.htm) To make a long story short, I broke a small connector off of the motherboard while using a flat-head screwdriver to remove the CPU daughtercard. Motherboard is FUBAR. Everything else is fine, just a ****ing 2 bit piece breaks off and I'm screwed. I'm not as pissed as I was a few hours ago, but damn it, I don't have a functional computer to take with me to college. So now, on the eve of the new G5 iMac and the probable discontinuation of the eMac, I am forced into buying a combo-drive eMac. As much as I'd like to feel happy about it, especially after all those years of working on 9.2.2. I'm really going to be pissed when the iMacs are released. (Our family has a CRT iMac running OS X, so it hasn't been that bad.) Anyone want to help me feel better about getting the eMac?