Hey guys! In a wonderful stroke of luck, I picked up a Titanium PowerBook G4 yesterday, in wonderful condition! It also came with a Mac OS X 10.2 disc (the disc 2), and some originally-printed-in-2002 Apple webpages of the PowerBook G4. Neat! So far, I really enjoy using this machine, the keyboard is really nice, and the build of it feels really nice too. The battery even works still! On the first 100% drain run through, it lasted about 3 hours of playing around with web browsing and stuff. It's 800 MHz, with 256 MB RAM and a 60 GB HD. It appears however that the internal hard drive is really noisy and probably going bad, since it's way slower than it should be for nearly any task (opening Finder windows, loading a TenFourFox tab...). I looked a bit online but couldn't find any concrete examples of what kind of hard drive I would need to buy to replace it. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!