I recently inherited a well-loved Powerbook G4 (A1104, PowerBook6,8) that is in need of a little bit of a tune-up. I'm already trying to source out a new battery/charger to replace the old worn out ones. I've got new RAM on order (200pin 1GB PC2700 from Crucial) and now I'm onto hard drives. I'd like to get a SSD drive in there and I know there are a few (rare) PATA drives to be found. However would it be worthwhile to invest in, or am I better off with a traditional HD instead in terms of price/performance? Heck, would a CF/PATA adapter work for a cheaper, space-saving alternative? Are there any user-servicable upgrades I can put towards this to give it a bit more oomph? I plan on using it as my go-to work laptop for browsing and office documents. It's as heavy as my larger MacBook Pro but a bit smaller and less of a high-priced theft item. I don't need it to be blazing fast but definitely not as ancient as it currently behaves.