Updated Info I've decided to go with @QSDP-User's suggestion, and I will be changing things up a little bit. The OS will have the welcome screen bypassed and updates installed. There will be a Setup app that allows you to set up your speed tweaks. For software, use Software to Get You Started (PowerPC). This will be kept up to date with the latest TFF, LWK, etc.. It will be included in this OS. I will update the OS from time to time but the only thing to be updated will be the Starting Software folder. The starting account will be called "Admin" with password "admin". Change the password and open a new account for actual use. Leave the Admin account for troubleshooting. If you have any other idea, share 'em! I'd like to remove the poll but MRF doesn't let you do that. Original Info So, awhile back I made an image of Leopard that had the welcome screen bypassed, software updates installed, essential apps, and even a setup app that let you pick your TFF and speed tweaks and themes. Basically, you restored to it and ran setup and you were good to go. The image is long gone now, but I can remake it. Is there any interest at all for this? Would anybody find it useful? Is it something I should release? I'd like to know if I'd just be wasting my time. (Also, I'd need to have a pre-set user name... it was "ppc-user" before but I could have something better. If I end up doing this project, ideas are welcome. ) Important: you'd need 2 Macs or a second bootable partition on the Mac you were restoring to for it to work, because you'd be restoring a .dmg file to a drive.