Hi all. I hope I am posting in the correct spot for this. I feel lucky this evening. As I was coming home from work and passing the dumpster in my apartments, I saw a computer sitting by the dumpster. I recognized it to be the type of Apple I used on occassion back in '95 at college. It turned out to be a Performa 6300CD. http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_performa/stats/mac_performa_6300cd.html I grabbed it and brought it in. The monitor was also with it. I plugged a power cable in a hit the power button on the back. It chimed and sounded like it was booting. I also grabbed the Apple monitor that was sitting with it, but I'm not sure it is working. Here is my question. I would like to be able to plug in a current day LCD to it and hopefully make it a working machine. The video plug on it is not VGA. It is some type of old Apple port. I am looking for advice on how I can hook a present day LCD to it or where I can find a working Apple monitor with all the cables. When I plug in the monitor to it, the monitor power indicator light came on and flashed for awhile, but then stopped. Now just an orange light behind the front panel glows. It's the one to the far right of the ones on the left side. The computer itself appears to be in great physical shape. The monitor has a large crack in the housing and may be damaged from being dropped on the concrete. No other cables were lying around with it. Any tips in getting this guy back up and running would be greatly appreciated. I have attached a few pics of it.