A couple weeks ago, I began a post about looking for an ibook for school, and with you help, decided to wait and buy an ibook direct from apple when I had saved a little more money. Yesterday, I went to help a friend of mine pack (he is moving to CA) and as we packed his 17" brand new Powerbook he mentioned he had an ibook he was maybe going to sell on ebay once he got settled out west. Long story short, I paid him $500 for the ibook (including canon printer). Here are the specs : 800 mhz, 384 ram, 30gb hard drive, combo drive, 12" screen, G3. The catch was he could not find any of the original discs, so I have no restore discs or anything to go with it. So, did I do OK? My budget only allowed me about $700 for a computer at this time, so I still have about $200 to upgrade ram, etc. I was curious what upgrades you think I need, considering my needs are just basic computing, papers, ipod tunes, etc. Also, is there any way to purchase restore discs? Penn State offers panther free to students, will that even work with this setup? Also, should I maybe sell this one on ebay now, maybe make a profit and apply that money to a new ibook? As if I do not have enough in this little post, we also have a wireless setup at my house, but the other 2 computers are hp, is there anyway I can connect with that, airport, etc? Sorry so long, and I understand some of this may have been better posted somewhere else, and I apologize.