Hi MacRumors! Glad to have found a PPC-specific section of your forums, I'll jump right in! I have an iMac G4 (and it's a beauty ), 700MHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HD (all upgraded, but sadly CPU/GPU are soldered ), and I've done a clean install of Leopard on it, and updated everything. Now, I have literally taken long hours to find an answer for this, and it's simple. Before the Leopard Graphics Update 1.0, the Stacks and Folders opened fine, but when the display tried to sleep, it just went to full brightness; a frozen image of the desktop. It also slept fine. When I updated it, the Stacks and Folders had weird graphical lines and artifacts around them, and will never go away. The display sleeps fine, but waking from sleep every once in a while will bring my display to hell. Not a white screen as commonly disputed, but thousands of graphical artifacts just cover the display, and only a restart will fix it. I've reinstalled, reset the PRAM, PMU, restarted, even done this weird trick on Apple Community Support were you replace the Leopard drivers with Tiger ones, but that made it worse. HMMMMM . What can I do? Has anyone made a script, found a solution? ANYTHING? I certainly can't find anything anywhere. I have attached a photo of my 'display hell.' (and messed up Stacks) Please help if you can! Thanks a ton. Noah P.S. I will regularly check and respond if you have questions/ answers! P.S.S. This is my main machine! I cant go back to Tiger, what with even worse compatibility on a already-outdated PPC machine. Again thanks!