Hey everyone. This might have been done before, but I thought I'd post a bit of a roll-call to anyone out there who is using an older Mac as their main computer, or is hard at work keeping older machines in service. I'm a good mood because I just picked up 1Gb of PC133 memory and a new 160Gb hard drive for my G4 iMac for around a hundred bucks. The machine's performance is awesome for it's age, if a little slow when multitasking or trying to cough up video, so the memory should help with that. Also, a new 7200rpm hard drive couldn't hurt. I use it as my primary desktop. Also, I work in computer store that, among other things, is an Apple Reseller and sometimes the opportunity arises to save old machines from the recycler. One customer brought in a Blueberry iMac (no FireWire) that is having it's stuff transfered to a new 21" iMac, but the thing is in mint shape. Also have a lead on a full Macintosh Classic setup (keyboard, ImageWriter II printer, all software, etc), which while of course is of limited use nowadays, would be a fun writing computer. Anyone else have stories to share? I just love keeping these machines in service for as long as I can, so long as my needs don't eclipse the systems, and the G4 handles light video editing, GarageBand, and word processing quite well.