Hello guys, So last night I found my old mini DV Camcorder and about 25 mini DV tapes. I connected it via Firewire into my 1.5GHz 17'' PowerBook G4 with only 2GB RAM, and decided to capture and edit my 2009 Prom video and then proceeded to send the project to iDVD. One thing I noticed at first was the instantaneous time it took iMovie to send the project to iDVD. I'm guessing its pre-rendered already in iMovie HD for the iDVD project? (I've been a user of iLife since version 2004), but its been many years since using these old versions and I am stunned at the speed of the PowerBook for standard Def projects. By comparison using the latest version of iDVD available for intel and the newest version of iMovie from the Mac App Store on my Quad Core iMac with 32GB RAM and an SSD the project had only just finished rendering in iMovie by a couple of minutes when the DVD on the PowerBook ejected and the burn was complete. I miss the iLife integration, slows down your work flow. Apple really shouldn't have been split up all the iApps just thought i'd share my rather interesting PowerPC experience. So the PowerBook is gonna become a great little machine for capturing mini DV and editing.