I often take scrap from my college, and I've got great stuff for free in the past. However a while ago I rescued a (fairly ugly) Dell Dimension 8100 from recycling. I got it home only to discover that it wouldn't show anything on the display. I tried a few different video cards but gave up. I enthusiastically decided to have another bask at it today and low and behold...after reseating the RAM DIMM's it sprang into life. Silly fixes are usually the best! Anyway, I now have a working Pentium 4 Dell. It had an Nvidia 2MX but I upgraded it with an old FX5600 I had lying about. So specs wise it's now: CPU: Penitum 4 @ 1.7GHz RAM: 512MB HDD: 250GB (Odd for an IDE drive from 2001!) GPU: nVidia Geforce FX5600XT 256MB Other: CD/RW Drive, ZIP Drive (my first), PCI sound card, USB 2.0 card and a PCI Ethernet card. What do you think I could use this for? Put Windows 2000 Server and use it as an AppleTalk server? Vintage gaming rig? Anything else? Something Mac related would probably be the best, but I'm open to any creative ideas!