I originally posted something about this on the Mac-collector forum, but I have an updated version that I wanted to post here. So one of my teachers found out that I collect old Macs and told me that he had some old Macs in his classroom, which had been left by a former teacher a couple years prior. I went to the back room, opened the cabinet, and was pleased with what I saw! There were two Macintosh Classic II computers, a Macintosh LC, an Apple Design keyboard on its box, two original ADB mice, and one Apple Keyboard II w/ADB cable. He said that he has to clear it up with the school before he gives them to be, so I currently am patiently waiting.... However, I did have some free time today (and needed to use one of the Macs as a prop for a photo shoot), so I took them out and tested them/took pictures. Both Macintosh Classic IIs, not surprisingly, have leaky caps or something; they didn't boot, however both of the Classics' HDs spun up, which is good. As for the LC, it sadly didn't turn on at all... I am guessing its power supply is shot. Still, it would be my first LC and makes a good ornament anyway. As for the Apple Design keyboard, it's some European version, but in addition to having common keys that European keyboards have, it has some other funky ones that I have never seen before. Anyone know what language this is for? I see a 'u' key with an accent. I didn't take pictures of the Classic II Macs today, but I had before, so I will post those. I'm excited for these! The Classic IIs are very white; the LC has some yellowing. The Apple Keyboard II is yellowed some, but has very little wear on its keys. As for the Design keyboard, it feels VERY different from the one I already have. In fact, the keys are WAY too fluid. They don't feel like they are pressing down. In fact, if I closed my eyes and pressed a key, I bet it would feel like I was just flexing a piece of plastic. It's no wonder this keyboard seems to have barely been used, besides its foreign layout. Maybe this was a shipping mistake xD.