Just picked this up for basically nothing but shipping. Was told it booted up fine but little else. I went ahead and took a chance on it for a new build project. (Some people take up golf for a hobby. I rebuild and upgrade cheap old PPC Macs.) Just got it today. (Unfortunately I'm missing one piece I need: an adapter from the old Mac-style VGA connector to the more conventional one to test it with an extra display. But I was able to plug it in and turned it on and I got those old, familiar PCI Power Mac chimes!) But I was surprised when I opened it up. (I used to have a 7200/90 so I had to remember how to open this thing.) It had the full 4 MB of VRAM, 384 MB of RAM and a Sonnet Crescendo G3 300/512 inside it. When I get the one piece I need to hook it up and test it, I'll see how the old SCSI drive works and maybe change the OS. Not sure where I'll start with this -- I have 8.6 laying around so I may start with that. If I get a PCI IDE adapter and a cheap ATA hard disk maybe I can create extra partitions and play with 8.1, 8.6 and 9.1 or something like that (I don't know that these G3 upgrade cards can run 7.5.5 or 7.6.1). I think 9.1 is the end of the road for this model. But it's something to do, to put together and upgrade as I find opportunities to pick up cheap parts!