'Ey! I'm looking to buy a Mac laptop for my mom (sort of a late Mothers day present, my broke @#$ couldn't get her anything and I'm going away to college). I've found some pretty decent-looking deals on eBay in the more comfortable $150 to $200 range but am willing to spend more if I need to given another few weeks to save. The PC I'm looking for will need to perform these things relatively well: 1) Upload photo/video 2) Facebook/Farmville 3) Basic web browsing 4) Occasional light YouTube-streaming 5) Print stuff* Here's an iBook G4 I've found on eBay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-Lapto...57854264?pt=Apple_Laptops&hash=item4d02b45438 It's a $160 Buy it Now auction from a top-rated seller that has a 1.2 GHz processor, 1.25 GB RAM, 30 GB HDD, runs OS X Leopard, and even includes Microsoft Office. The storage is a little low but she has an external HDD for photos/videos and keeps her iTunes collection on an iPod Touch. I think this machine would be suitable for most of those needs, but I'm not quite sure about flash. The only things I might see issues with are the few Facebook games she plays like Farmville. Also, she's not a heavy video streamer but everyone watches the occasional YouTube clip here or there. I pretend to know a thing or two about computers but I really have no experience with PowerPC Macs. I would like to hear from an iBook owner about this machine's overall performance in the areas I mentioned. If this probably isn't the best buy, then are there any decent alternatives within the $100 to $300 price range as far as iBooks, PowerBooks, or whatever goes? *About printing, would this device be compatible with the WiFi printer at home?