Was on my wish list for some time.... It is the NeXTstation Color (25 MHz 68040), with the NeXT Megapixel (greyscale) monitor. Running NeXTSTEP 3.3, and I got all the diskettes, CD's and books all original! Even have the original Apple Y2K fix for NeXT! Is it fast... NO! Is it fun... YES! NeXT is really Genesis of Mac OS X.. For those not "in the know", short description of the evolution of Mac OS X (from about 1989 to now) - NeXTSTEP (Motorola 68k, Intel, and more) - OPENSTEP (Motorola 68k, Intel, and more) - Rhapsody (Development Mac OS X [Server 1.x - features of Copland introduced] on PPC and Intel) - Mac OS X 1.x Server (Retail - PPC,) - Mac OS X Developer Previews 1 & 2 (PPC, non Aqua) - Mac OS X Developer Previews 3 & 4 (PPC, with Aqua) - Mac OS X Public Beta (Retail - PPC, with Aqua) - Mac OS X 10.0 (Retail - PPC, with Aqua) Mac OS X has always been x86 (Intel) compatible, from later versions of NeXT onward, till Mac OS X 10.6.x Playing around with NeXTSTEP 3.3 on this NeXTstation, so many things are so recognizable.... A Dock, the "xx.lproj" directories, NetInfo (okay.. not anymore on OS X), packages, .app, etc... (so many more...), and even the hardware: "command"-key, "alternate"-key, Display Brightness and Volume on Keyboard... and two button Mouse Whatever.. see some pics!