So on craigslist there was a guy who had been trying to sell this iMac G4 with a "chromed stainless steel neck" for $200 roughly over two months. He then lowered the price to $150 so I figured I would send an offer to see what would happen, if he said no I wasn't really worried. I started texting with him and explaining how it's not worth that much and I couldn't even sell a dual 2GHz Power Mac G5 for $80. He asked what my offer was so I said $50 so he asked if I could do $60 which meant I was game! So last night I drove 15 miles over to go pick it up and I found out the guy was the original owner and bought it new in 2004! First PPC Mac I've ever received with its original box too. On the box was a UPS shipping label and a sticker that said "Reconditioned" with a sale price of $1,499.95 So I turned on the iMac when I got home to find a lot of stuff like Photoshop 7 registered to the LA Times and I remember him telling me that he is a reporter for newspapers. I ended up wiping the iMac with Leopard to get rid of 10.3.9 and be able to run programs I would like such as Spotify. So it's a Late 2003 17" with a 1.25GHz G4, SuperDrive, 64MB FX5200, 80GB HDD, and now 1.25GB Ram (was 512MB but I ripped it apart to install a full size 1GB DDR module). Speakers were also included and to be honest I've never owned a set of them but these are super nice! Also nice to own an iMac that isn't a 15" while also owning one with USB2.0 instead of the extremely-slow USB1.1 which was also another nice bonus. And yes the second image is the box with my 800MHz 15" G4 on top! In the first image the background is a place called Mt. Meadows Reservoir or Walker Lake, a year ago it was full of water and PG&E drained it for hydropower and now there are a bunch of dead fish everywhere. Stopped by there on my way to pick up this iMac.