Hey everyone, so as some of you may have seen from a recent thread of mine, I was lucky enough to pick-up a 1,1 Mac Pro for only $50 (a price that I could not turned down and would have left alone otherwise). This isn't my first Intel Mac---my first one is a 2009 MBP. However, I like desktops best and this is a very nice one. But being a PowerPC enthusiast, I was worried that I was going to start SOLELY using this Intel machine and drift away from my beloved PowerPC machines. Well, I suppose I made the best of the situation and created two new set-ups in order to keep that from happening, but ALSO to make things a bit cleaner. My Mac Pro took the exact place of my PowerMac G5 with its set-up, which was this complicated dual-monitor set-up at my work desk. My iMac G5, which I had initially removed to make way for the PMG5, was sitting useless in another room... well, I guess I decided to go the simple route again and I have just set-up my iMac G5 as my work machine on that desk and ONLY have a keyboard, mouse, and power cord connected to the thing. I am pretty fond of this clean set-up now, which is more appropriate for student work. And this means that once school resumes, I can still be using PowerPC often-enough to fulfill my desires. And as for the Mac Pro, I now gladly have a 'killer' set-up for it in the "computer room". There was a bit of behind-the-scenes work on this one! So, I guess I am back in the PowerPC loop, while I will still be able to use the Mac Pro. And if I really want to do work at the Mac Pro, I could move to this desk, as I love this set-up. So here is the iMac G5 is its newfound and clean/clear glory, and here is my "1337 g@m3®" set-up for my Mac Pro. So, in conclusion, my PowerPC usage is not going to diminish (as far as things go now) like some have predicted.