My 'lab' in my basement was looking a little fun, so I decided to get a picture. Here is the Apple product lineup as of August 1999. Finally got them all in one place. They are (clockwise from top left Tangerine iBook (rev a,) 300 MHz, 160 MB RAM, (stock) 3.2 GB hard drive, AirPort card, OS 9.2.2; PowerBook G3 (Lombard,) 333 MHz, 320 MB RAM, (stock) 4 GB hard drive, Lucent WaveLAN IEEE Silver card (recognized as a true-blue AirPort card,) OS 9.2.2 (running,) and 10.3.9; Power Mac G3 (Blue & White,) upgraded to 500 MHz G4, 448 MB RAM, (stock) 6 GB hard drive, PCI Radeon, OS 9.2.2 (running,) and 10.4.9; iMac (rev b,) 233 MHz, 96 MB RAM, (stock) 4 GB hard drive, OS 9.2.2 (running,) and 10.3.9. The iMac and Power Mac are usually there, the PowerBook had been on loan to someone, and the iBook is usually in my daughter's room, but when I got the PowerBook back, I decided to get a family portrait. For one short month, this was the entire lineup of Macs, four models. All using G3 processors. (Technically, they were on to the rev d iMac, which was available in the five fruit flavors, er, colors, but my only other iMac is a slot-load.) And, also, yes, technically, the iBook was ANNOUNCED in July of 1999, but wasn't actually available until September, by which time the G4 had been introduced. But these are the four computers that graced Apple's home page for a month back in 1999. Yes, that's an ancient ADB Apple Extended Keyboard. I like it. And I have a blue 15" Apple Studio Display on its way, so I can at least have a blue monitor. I think I'll keep the beige keyboard though; especially since my only other 'spare' Apple USB keyboard is in wonderful 'Strawberry'. (I may swap in a blue puck mouse, though.) And, also, yes, those are AppleDesign speakers. The extra G3 under the desk is my headless server. The non-Apple monitor visible off the left of the picture is for my PeeCee.