Got a G3/233 All-in-One and so far I have swapped out the motherboard for an over-clocked 300 Mhz from a beige G3. Cake. Now here comes the VERY hard part. Swapping out the old monitor for a relatively newer VGA Compaq 15 inch monitor by hooking up the cable from the Compaq tube to the back of the AIO. I already threw out the old AIO monitor (was broken and I discharged it for saftey blahblahblah....) and checked dimensions on the mount points on both monitor and AIO. Perfect fit, virtually that is. Problem is the board for the Compaq monitor will not fit by half an inch vertically. And another problem is even though I threw out the old tube, the AIO is still giving me clicks. Like a *Click-click* *click-click* every 5 seconds. Like it's still trying to turn a monitor on and off. So after that briefing I have a few questions. 1. Inside the tube casing of the AIO, on the left, is that the power supply? That's where the noise is coming from. And can I swap it out for an aftermarket one? 2. What is the board on the right for? I know it was used to hook up the tube but I have most of the wires disconnected (the ones that were attached to the tube) but does it have any use if it won't be using it's original monitor? I need to free up space. 3. Is this completely ridiculous? Not that your opinion matters, just a thought. Thank you.