I have recently taken delivery of a Mac Mini (1.25G4; 512MB; 40GB; Combo; Modem) computer as part of the settlement of an insurance claim for a defunct PC. At the time of making the settlement with the insurance, I asked that it would come with Bluetooth and Airport Extreme card pre-installed. I was assured that it would come with this. Guess what? - it didn't! The problem / issue: I already own a Powerbook and Airport Extreme Base Station for my Broadband connection as well as an Apple Bluetooth Keyboard & Mouse. I therefore cannot connect to internet or use said items with Mac Mini. I've checked back with the insurance company and they said that I would need to pay £91.65 for the additional kit that they would then send it to me and that I could be 'guided' over the telephone by their technical support dept about how to install the Airport Card (the Bluetooth module would be a USB add-on). I want BT and the Airport Card installed but I'm concerned as to installing it myself (as suggested by insurance company) as the Apple website says that "Mac mini may be upgraded with an Internal Bluetooth module and an AirPort Extreme card. These options are not user-installable on Mac mini, but they can be added later by an Authorized Service Provider". I contacted my local Apple Authorized Service Provider and they quoted me £145.11 for kit and installation charges. They told me that installation would require inserting a Mezzanine plate into the mini (to hold BT and Airport card) and that it was a very fiddly process. Has anyone tried to install these items into a Mac Mini themselves? - Can you do it? I was thinking of other workarounds to this problem (to avoid paying all of the extra dosh). To sort Bluetooth issue - add a D-Link DBT-120 USB (Rev 2) Bluetooth adapter for £34.94 in spare USB slot - or just get a cheap USB keyboard & mouse. Internet connection is a little more tricky. Does anyone know if you can 'split' a DSL line, so that one connection goes into my Ethernet modem (which then connects to Base Station for Powerbook wireless internet) and the other into my spare USB modem, which I could connect to the Mac Mini (as I don't really need a wirless connection on the Mini). Or can you get something that will split the ethernet cable so that I can have one connection going from modem to base station and another cable to the Mini (sorry - I've not even opened the Mini box, so I don't even know if it has an ethernet connection??). Any help / advice, gratefully received. Thanks.