Hi folks, about a year ago I got a Bondi Blue iMac G3 from eBay, to complement my Tangerine iMac G3 ("5 Flavors", Rev. D). Given the color, I assumed it to be a Rev. A or Rev. B Model with 233 MHz CPU. However, just now I decided to set it up and discovered, much to my surprise, that it has a 266 MHz CPU just like the early "5 Flavors" iMac (Rev. C), which to my knowledge was only available in the five new colors (Tangerine, Lime, Blueberry, Strawberry and Grape), not in Bondi Blue. It's other specs corresponded to the Rev. C models as well, it has a 6 GB HDD and ATI Rage Pro with 6 MB VRAM. Contradictorily, it not only shares the Bondi Blue color with Rev. A/B models, but also it's "hockey puck" mouse lacks the notch on the mouse button and isn't rubberized like the mouse that shipped with Rev. C iMacs. It was manufactured on January 04, 1999 according to the serial number sticker. That is exactly one day before the Rev. C iMac ("5 Flavors") was introduced, which got me thinking: Perhaps a small number of Rev. C models were built using leftover Bondi Blue cases? Does anyone know more about this?