I got that 1GB MacConnection deal at the end of 2003. The RAM they pre-installed was from "Lifetime Memory Products"--and BOTH 512 modules failed Apple diagnostics, interfering with me getting unrelated warranty service. (Luckily Apple didn't charge me.) Lifetime Memory Products wasn't easy to deal with, but I finally got replacements using their lifetime guarantee. And it happened again. So, 4 bad modules in total from Lifetime Memory Products. They WORK OK, but fail diagnostics. Therefore Apple removes them (sending them back in a safe bag) but can't do further work on my machine. So I'll have to dig up the original Apple RAM that MacConnection removed (but did include in the box). I'm wondering if other people have had problems with this RAM failing tests? I don't want to end up with SIX bad modules from Lifetime. Maybe I need to get MacConnection to provide a different brand of RAM... but after 15 months, that won't be an easy thing to get. TIA!