My high school had a "Mac Lab" which consisted of 30-some odd iMac G3s in a room, complete with the requisite matching keyboards and "hockey puck" mice. The mouse was a lot of the reason for my dislike of Macs for many years(fortunately I've seen the light). This past week, I was given a box of Mac odds-and-ends. Among other "prizes" was a Bondi Blue "hockey puck" mouse. Just for old time's sake and to give the design another try, I hooked it up to my Quicksilver and used it for an hour. After my hand started cramping, I gave up. I can honestly say that I gave the old mouse a fair chance, but I don't see it getting used for anything other than display purposes. I'm looking forward to the arrival of my Griffin iMate, so that I can start using the ADBII mouse(and AEKII) with some newer computers. I still think that is probably one of the most comfortable mice Apple has ever made.