Hi all. I just purchased an iMac G4 and am very thrilled with it. It is a 17" 1.25GHz with 768MB RAM and an 80GB HD running 10.5 Leopard. I tweaked the OS a little and used XSlimmer to get it running 10.5 to the best of its current ability and it's actually more responsive than my iMac G5, which is odd considering my G5 has 2GB RAM and an SSD. Anyways, I was wondering if anyone has successfully installed an SSD into one of these? Is it even worth it, considering the PATA interface limitations? Its current HD is a 7200-rpm and is fairly quick with a 13-second boot time. I have about $80 in eBay bucks coming in January that I want to spend on the iMac. Would it be best to drop it all on an SSD, or should I go with upgrading the RAM to 2GB and adding an AirPort Extreme card and a 320GB HD? Just wondering what would be the most wise decision. I can get all 3 upgrades but I'm not sure if an SSD is worth sacrificing space for speed on this machine with its older interface and processor. On a side note, I've had this exact machine before and maxed it out as well, except the HD. The PATA to SATA adapter I purchased to do so with broke because of the lack of room, it also nearly broke my hard drive. But it was the smallest type I could find. So I might need some help in finding a proper adapter. Your help is much appreciated, thanks and happy holidays!