So I was browsing eBay the other day and I just happen to come across a PowerBook G4 in very good shape. I've always loved the design so I put in an offer for $95 and I got it! Just received it a few hours ago and I already love it. It's the September 2003 Aluminum 15" with 1.25GHz G4, 1GB RAM, 32GB SSD and ATI 9600 graphics. It's in very good shape with some minor scratches (no dents!) but it had some hiccups while setting up. It kept kernel panicking so I removed one stick of 512MB RAM and it stopped. I added the 1GB SODIMM from my iMac G4 for 1.5GB of RAM and it's currently installing Leopard. Another issue is the backlit keyboard is incredibly dim even at its highest setting, so I'm assuming it needs to be replaced. The CPU fan makes a pretty loud racket so I'll need to replace that. Also, the computer came standard with a SuperDrive but somebody installed a Combo drive in it's place. I'm thinking I'll buy a DL SuperDrive off eBay and install that and upgrade the drive since it's so small. Otherwise, I like it quite a bit and it's a better web browsing machine than my iMac for some reason. What's the best way to put an SSD in this thing? Anything else I should replace while I have the machine opened? Thanks.