Hey Folks, I'm having a bit of trouble with an older iMac (700Mhz G4, 1GB memory, Superdrive). It was originally shipped with OS 10.1 I believe, but it has since been upgraded to Tiger. Since having it in storage for nearly a year, I brought it back out figuring it would make a nice conversation piece, or at the least heat up the house a bit this winter. Everything still runs fine, as I put it away with a pretty clean install of 10.4. I decided to hit up the Software Update and get anything new that was available; The only thing was the latest version of iTunes. I'm all over it... So I launch iTunes and I'm greeted with a message that iTunes will only run on version 10.4.7 or later, and I'm on 10.4.3. And there was nothing else in Software Update... Grrrrr. I head over to apple.com and find a 10.4.7 (and 10.4.10) combo updater for PPC. Download the big files and give that a go. I'm informed in the installer that the system doesn't meet the requirements for the upgrade.... Grrrrr!!! So now I'm stuck w/out a working iTunes; It appears my only options are to somehow revert the version of iTunes or do a fresh install from my retail copy of Tiger, and thus take whatever iTunes it gives me there. The problem is using my iPod which has been updated on my fast and current machines. Optimally, I'd like to upgrade the iMac G4 to 10.4.10 (or 10.4.7 at the least) if it is even possible, but I'll take what I can get (i.e., simply a working iTunes.) I'm still a little shocked that Software Update would push a version of iTunes that refuses to even launch because the OS is out of date. I mean, seriously! SU knows what version I'm running, right?? Any help would be appreciated! I'm about ready to reinstall and do no upgrades, but it would mean a few hours of lost setup work I did.