Okay, so my wife has decided that podcasts are evil and doesn't want our 13-year-old listening to them (let's not debate this, let's just take this as a given). I mentioned that with Tiger you can use parental controls to prohibit podcasts. So go ahead and buy it, she proclaims. Problem: My kids' computer is a cube with only 256 MB of RAM. I'm just not sure it'll run Tiger well (it's running Panther fine now). So I have this idea of buying a new mini -- then I'd get Tiger and iLife 05 preinstalled. Since the cube's monitor is not compatible, I'd also have to get a new monitor. Total, with airport extreme, about $700. This compares to $298 for Tiger and iLife 05 family packs, which I'd then get to install on all our computers. I could probably sell the Cube for close to the $400 difference, maybe even more (but I don't have the original install disks or boxes, so that may bring the price down some). So maybe the mini would be the best deal. But then I wouldn't have Tiger/iLife 05 for my other three computers. But on the other hand, iLife 06 is probably coming out soon, so it might be better to wait for that anyways. Anything else I should be thinking about as I make this decision?