I sort of, well, inadvertnetly bought an old Clamshell iBook on eBay on Christmas Day (when I'm bored, I make lowball bids on things - this was one of the rare cases where I won). The model I got is a 300 Mhz with 96 Megs of Ram - but it also has an Airport Card (which, really, was, itself, worth the price I paid for the thing - it was a really good price). I've got an extra 256 Meg chip laying around - will the Clamshell recognize a PC133 chip? Or will it have the same problem as Lombard and only see half the memory? Also - am I better off putting, say, Panther on it, or should I do a clean install of OS 9.2? I never really used OS 9.2, what's the functionality like in terms of Airport - am I going to have trouble connecting to modern networks? As a side note, this means that - since I got back into Macs, I'll have purchased, in a single year: 1) A Powerbook 1400cs. 2) Four G3 Powerbooks (three Lombards and a Wall Street). 3) One Clamshell iBook. 4) Two dual USB iBooks. 5) Two TiBooks (a broken-down 500 Mhz and a working 667) 6) A 1 Ghz eMac. 7) A MacBook 1.83 Ghz. I think I've got a problem. Do you folks have meetings?