I found a QS G4 box out on the curb getting rained on. It was missing a HDD and the optical drive was busted. It was crazy dirty on the inside lol. Luckily I had a buncha old IDE stuff so I cleaned out the tower, replaced the missing bits, and it booted right up sans OSX. A quick 10.4.11 install and it turned on out to be a single 733mhz QS processor with 768 PC133. I've had fun upgrading it. So far I maxed out the ram to 1.5Gb and I had a usb2.0 pci card in my junk drawer so I stuck that in there. I picked up a airport card for 5 bucks off ebay and am excited about the dual 1.0GHz proc/heatsink combo I just scored for $12 shipped. I've been using this g4 box as a file/media/music server - the ppc733 processor is sluggish but am hoping the new processor will give it a good performance boost for basic every day desk top uses (email/surf/office etc.). I wouldn't mind puting a SATA card in (I have about 1.5TB of Sata drives sitting around) and makes sense considering its current file server use. Anyhow, I'm having a lot of fun with this. It is really neat to see a powermac box that is 15+ years old can still be relevant & have purpose today in 2016.