Picked it up on craigslist for $30 in nice physical condition, running OS9. Figured I'd upgrade the 64MB of ram and load OSX on it and have a decent internet/iTunes machine. I took a 128MB stick of ram out of my iBook(which I used these same Panther CDs on), figuring I'd at least get it up and running and then I'd steal the ram back and buy a 512 stick for it. The problem is that I get a Kernel Panic when I insert my OSX 10.3 CD. The top of the panic says "Unable to find driver for this platform: iMac" So I loaded back into OS9, ran software update and tried to update to the latest firmware, but every piece of firmware I downloaded said it was for another machine. Then I found a piece that worked on my iMac, but it said it either already had this firmware or newer. My alternative was to make an iMacquarium out of it, but it's like melt-stamped on the top with the school name it was bought from, so I don't want to do through the work if it's not gonna look pretty. I don't want to put hours of work into this thing, I just want to get it up and running and go set it up in my girlfriend's room. So any ideas on how to get this thing running OSX?