Whelp, I wonder what this means for my G5... I know this is not a PPC Mac, but it raises a question for me. Now, I already use many computers at once, but I now have a second Intel Mac, and it's better than my current one. This will replace my G5, but I wonder what this means for PPC, in my book. I don't use my current Intel THAT much since it's a laptop, but now I've got a desktop. I suppose I may go back to Intel for my main machine, but who knows... I hope I can continue my PPC usage, as I even like using PowerPC as a MAIN platform for everything. I couldn't pass this up though; this is a Quad-core 3Ghz Mac Pro with 4GB of RAM and 3 HDs, with a combined space of 820GB. You barely even see a PMG5 for as little as $50, so this was a steal-of-a-deal! And YES, it works and is currently running Snow Leopard. I guess I will update this thread on what happens... this is a big step for me. Here is the Mac so far---I just got it in the house. I suppose I'll post full specs and such soon. Gotta clean 'er up, etc. Sorry if the post sounds kind of rushed, but I was excited to post about it, yet excited to test it out, at the same time! I got this from an IT guy who works at some graphic design studio. He says he used to work for Apple in the 80s and owns a 128k & Lisa. So yeah, this is my SECOND time 'going Intel'. By that I mean that I may---again---quit using PowerPC as my main platform. I am in the 'PowerPC fight', so this is both a sad thing but also a happy occasion. I had found myself going back to PowerPC for specific reasons.