My department has been undergoing a massive cleaning lately, which has resulted in me bringing home a lot of goodies-some of which I've posted about lately. Anyway, one of the labs being shut-down(PI died about a year ago) was a computational chem lab that was state of the art in roughly 2000. I gutted the hard drives and RAM out of a couple of 4x Pentium II workstations, and also brought home a tower with 2x Pentium IIIs and some other nice goodies. In any case, I stopped in today and the guy in charge of moving everything out handed me a box and asked if I wanted it...tucked down in side of it were 8 carefully packed Seagate Cheetah 80-pin SCSI drives. Between these(new) drives and the ones I pulled from the workstations, I have a dozen of these drives lying around. Most of them are in the 8gb range. I also have a couple of 68-pin drives from this same lab. More than likely, I can probably snag a few more when the server rack gets broken down, although I don't know if they will be 68 pin or 80 pin. Looking on Ebay, I see a couple of 80-pin to 50-pin adapters. Does anyone have any experience using these adapters in older Macs? The fact these are 15-year old enterprise-class drives as opposed to 20-30 year old consumer grade drives is appealing to me.