Today I tried to sell the iMac G3 I bought from the Traders' Market near my college (I was hoping the price would be higher than when I bought it, since I had upgraded it from the crappy Mac OS 9 to Mac OS X 10.3.9 by then). However, the guy at the desk said they don't accept Macs. I asked why the Mac I bought came from there. He told me that someone just left it outside the store, or in other words, abandoned it. They just brought it in and put a price tag on it, I bought it for the $125 price they slapped onto it (they must've not known ANYTHING about Macs!) and fixed it up a bit (well, I now put Mac OS X 10.4.11 on it.) Anyways, I am still going to try and sell it and get a G4 eMac (hopefully I can sell it for $120 since it now has Tiger, and I bought it with bumped-up memory anyways, 576 MB to be exact). But until then, I might as well continue tinkering around with it. I might upgrade the RAM to 1 GB (it seems that it has a 512MB module and a 64MB module inside, so I will probably get another 512MB module), and I might replace the hard drive inside. (Any suggestions on replacing the default 7 GB hard drive? I want to put in at least 40 - 80 GB.) I also use my USB Wi-Fi dongle (would you believe NetGear makes Mac OS X-compatible drivers for it?) that I often use with my HP laptop with crappy wireless, so I might also buy an Ethernet Wi-Fi adapter for it. Until then, I am VERY tight on money, and I can't buy a G4 until I've sold the old Mac.