Sorry if this is in the wrong place, first time here... I got hold of an early 2008 24" iMac (http://everymac.com/systems/apple/i...24-inch-aluminum-early-2008-penryn-specs.html) with a few problems and I'm looking to put them right. First up is the fact it doesn't have a HDD. I've opened it up and this is what I'm faced with: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/909994/imac-insides.jpg As far as I'm aware #1 is the SATA connection to the HDD, #2 is the power connection to the HDD and #3 is the socket for the temperature sensor. Am I right? Right, I have problems with #1 and #3 on here. #1 seems too big to fit the DiamondMax10 HDD I'm trying to fit. It was connected to my PC via a SATA cable, but the SATA connection in the iMac isn't the same, it's much more of a loose fit. Do I need a converter or a specific type of HDD to make this fit? #3 is missing, the person I got this from has obviously just removed it. Is there any way to replace this? Another problem I have is that there must have been some kind of caddy the HDD fitted into before being fitted into the iMac, because there's just too much space here to fit it. Is this missing also? Any help you could give on these points or anything else missing from the picture (this is exactly I was faced with when I opened it up) would be appreciated.