I run a MBP on Lion, and today bought an old iMac G5 running Leopard (10.5.8) as a kitchen machine. Mostly I just wanted something to display recipes while cooking, plus let me listen to music, play movies, etc. However, I'm new to PPC machines, and I'm finding a few quirks, two in particular on iTunes. It's running 10.5.2 (11), which is the same as my MBP, but ... First, iTunes accesses my library fine via Home Sharing, but all View options except View as List are greyed-out. Is there any way to get Grid and Coverflow views, or is the machine too weedy to handle those? Second, iTunes doesn't seem to have a Books menu. I find most of my recipes on the web these days, so it's not a big deal, but it would be nice to have some recipe books on it as well. Is there any way to do that? Third, Spotify apparently dropped PPC support some time back, so I had to do a web-search to find an old version (it's on CNET in case anyone else needs it). Am I likely to hit this issue with other software? I'm not expecting to install much extra software on it, but you never know. Anything else I should be aware of about PPC machines in general or a G5 iMac in particular? I have to say that for a 2005 machine, the performance is really quite impressive! I wouldn't dream of attempting to use a 2005 Windows machine.