I'm just getting into Mac and my "starter budget" limits me to a Mac Mini or a used PowerMac. At the moment I'm looking at a used G4 800 Quicksilver with 512MB memory, a 7500 32 MB Radeon, a new Pioneer Superdrive (dual-layer) and an 80GB hard disk. According to the seller it can be upgraded to max. 2.0GHz Single or 1.8GHz Dual. Since I have no experience at all with Mac hardware I'm a little uncertain. I realize that the graphics card and memory are limitations, but those can be upgraded as and when needed. My question is, is the basic hardware of the the G4 800 Quicksilver a dead end or will it still be OK for a couple of years, particularly if I'm looking at working primarily in Tiger? (Both OS9 and Tiger are preinstalled on the machine I would be buying.) I do a lot of photo and audio editing, a little video (just my own home movies stuff on DV), web design with Dreamweaver and otherwise just standard office and Internet stuff. I hardly play any games at all, and when I do it's generally just stuff like Myst that hardly requires a fast 3D graphics card. Oh yes, I also have a 60GB iPod Photo, and I've heard that iTunes on the Mac is way better than on Windows XP... So would a G4 800 cut it for me or would I actually make a better start into the Apple world on a Mini?