I probably need to begin by stating that I am not a power-user. I know my way around tech, but I don't care about how fast I can compile an OS from source or how many FPS my games run. I usually only have time for general computing tasks and playing with languages or flavors of linux. With that said, I currently intend to purchase an iBook G4. I have two questions regarding this: 1) Is it worth it? I know that I'll be able to run OS X Leopard, but how well? I also know that there are several distros of linux that are developed (or ported) to the PowerPC platform, but it seems like interest in that is dying slowly. The iBook looks like a solid piece of hardware and I have a taste for vintage (I know it's really not old enough to use that word) technology. 2) Which one should I get? Both of my options are from the last generation of iBooks and for approximately the same price. Both have 1.5GB RAM, an ATI Mobility Radeon 9550 with 32MB, and combo drives. The only difference is that one is 12" and the other is 14" with a 1.33GHz G4 and a 1.42GHz G4 respectively. I suppose my real question would be "will that .09 increase in processing power really make a difference?" The screen resolution on both is the same, so visually, the 12" would look higher (arguably). Thank you for your help in advance.