searching around for apartments and i find this: "http://boston.craigslist.org/sys/5275128.html Trade - PC parts for working iMac or better I have LOTS of PC parts. I am going to list them in groups of how I think of them. I would like to trade this whole lot for a working iMac, preferably one that has the horsepower to run OS X. So, here is the list: 1) 200 Mhz pentium chip on MB with 32 megs RAM - working This comes with a CD of the MB drivers, specs, and manual. 2) 5 gateway Mother Boards. I have gotten one to work. 1 or 2 are bad, and I didn't test the others. They are all for Slot 1, P2/PIII type MB, for the 300-550 Mhz range 3) 366 Celeron porcessor (FFPGA stlye) on a 'Sloket' Slot 1 converter. 4) 233 computer with 64 megs RAM, with case and power supply and video. It boots, but does not have a hard drive so you can just see the BIOS screen. 5) Working 200 Mhz computer running win98 SE with 96 Megs RAM. I think its has a 4 gig drvie. Its an NEC computer, really well designed. 16X cd player, floppy. Maybe sound but I really forget. 6) Working floppy drive. 7) AT power supply - untested 8) ATX power supply (I may have more than one lying around) 9) Box o' IDE/floppy calbes. You can't have them all, but you can grab a handful 10) Gateway flat (not mini-tower) style case with old 200 MHz Motherborad MB untested. 11) I bought a spool of 1000 ft cat 5 network cable. I have all kinds of lenghts, 10 ft, 30 ft, 100 ft, 150 foot. I could throw in a lot of these working patch cables if you can put them to use. 12) Box o' power cords, again, grab a handful. 13) assorted video, sound, NIC pci cards laying around. I can dig through my room and give you my stash. 14) Drawer o' Mice, grab a few. 15) ps/2 and serial keyboards, you can have a few 16) Extra case fans for EXTRA cooling. Big 80mm ones and smaller ones. handful o' these. 17) assorted Dead Hard Drives (only if you REALLY want them) 18) I would imagine I am forgetting some of my other treasures, so there should be some surprises not mentioned here. =) I'd like a working iMac or better for this lot. Ellen Feiss really did it for me and I am 'switching' on to bigger and better things."