So I got my hands on one, and this is another PowerPC machine I really wanted. I was very lucky to get this one for just €30. A Tangerine iBook G3 Clamshell. Now, it does have the sadly very common cracks in the handle and around the Apple logo on the front bezel. The design just made this happen over time due to stress, this isn't actually shipping damage. Fortunately, they solved this issue with the Indigo model, if I recall correctly. But still, the unit works fine, and it will be a blast to use. It has the original OS 9 install on it from the seller, and it's clear he was a student in 1999. It has some games, emulators like Connectix Virtual Gamestation (PS1) and SNES9x, etc, some school stuff, and even a Connectix Virtual PC with an install of Windows 95. I'll probably keep it on there, there's not really any personal documents anyway. The HDD is a little noisy and still the stock 10GB, but I really don't feel comfortable cracking the iBook open. I do want to see if I can get some new cells for the battery and rebuild the pack. It's also got the AirPort card. For that, I plan to set up a router with WiFi 802.11b, and connect it to a lightweight server, which will run a local site in true 90s style. Also, it would be useful to put all my classic Mac software on it so I can easily grab it from any of my Macs if I need to. I have an HP thin client around that would fit that purpose fine.