I'm preparing to do some heavy upgrades on my 8600, and want to ultimately install OS X Leopard on it(I have a G4 card on the way, which makes this theoretically possible). I've used Leopard a lot and it is a somewhat "bloated" OS. I've found that it really needs about 30-40gbs of space to really be "comfortable." So, for obvious reasons, I'd really like to use an IDE drive to do this install. SCSI drives that size get pricey. I do have a 70gb 80pin, but it's 15K(I'd like to avoid the noise) and also would prefer to use it on an UW bus where I can at least get some speed advantage from it. I'd expect a good 7200 rpm IDE drive even on an ATA33 bus to be faster than an older, 50 pin SCSI drive. So, with all of that in mind, does there exist an IDE card that will be bootable in OWR Macs? And, along those same lines, if such a thing exists, can I avoid the limits that exist in other OWR Macs, like only being to install OS X in the first 8gb of the HDD? Or, even better, will the bootable SATA cards that some folks use in NWR Macs like PM G4s work in an OWR Mac?