I recently was given a PowerBook 3400c/200 (with 80 MB of RAM and a 12 GB hard drive) and decided to install Mac OS X Server 1.2 (Rhapsody 5.6) on it. I had been needing a more up to date mobile Rhapsody system as a lot of the software I like I can't run on my ThinkPad (it either won't run on Intel processors or won't run on pre-5.3 versions of Rhapsody, my ThinkPad is running Rhapsody 5.1). Well, so far so good. Mac OS X Server 1.2 installed without any issues and all my software has install just fine. Including WebObjects 4.0 developer, which was part of the reason for wanting the system. The only thing that doesn't work is Blue Box (early version of Classic), which I guess wasn't designed to run on anything other than a PowerPC 604 or later. This isn't that much of a problem as I rarely use it and most everything I would need from a Mac OS 8.6 environment I can get from my PowerBook Duo 2300c/100. The only drawback that I can see so far is that the screen is 800x600... which is a little small for a Rhapsody based system. Rhapsody, like Mac OS X, is designed for 1024x768 and larger resolution displays. Everything is a little bigger than the old Mac OS even though Rhapsody is still using the Platinum theme. Well, this PowerBook should make a nice addition to my collection. And it is the fourth Rhapsody system added to my current network of systems (in the past I rarely had more than two up and running at any one time).