So when picking up my grandparents today, I convinced my mom to also go pick something up I bought online: A "dead" iMac G5. Seller said it didn't boot, and also lacked a HDD. I thought it was probably bad caps. Threw him a bid of €5 ($5,50 US), and he accepted it. So, after we got home with the grandparents (they live quite a bit away, they're visiting us and a few other family members, and sleep over here), I decided to see what it did. To my utter surprise, plugging it in and hitting the power button resulted in a chime and a Finder Question Mark folder icon. I quickly grabbed a disc to test, and went for an iBook G4 OS X 10.3 disc. Now, I know by now that doesn't exactly work (PPC Mac Slack group explained this to me, don't worry), as the graphics were messed up (tiny screen in pixelated black and white) and the fans were going overdrive. However, when I put the iMac G4 in TDM and booted the G5 with the FW cable linking them, it booted Tiger fine and now just acts as if nothing is wrong. Have put some stress on this computer, but I can't get it to fail! I still need to get and install a HDD, so when I do that, I will check for bloating caps, but so far, so good. It could use a bit of a polishing job, but so do the G4 towers. My PPC Mac collection quite grew in the last few months (I had 0 in November, I now have 6 functional machines and 2 dead machines), and this score definitely fits in the collection! Am also picking up an eMac when returning the grandparents tomorrow, most likely the 1.42GHz Radeon 9600 machine, the best one of the line. Can't wait!