Hi, I'm almost a 3rd year college student who is probably going to attend graduate school. I'm also thinking about getting a new computer. I would be updating from a 400 MHz iMac DV SE (Graphite). Now, I'm thinking about getting a laptop because I'm living off campus and the Engineering school sometimes requires a computer to be close at hand. Also, my college is equipped with Airport compatible wireless stations. I'm trying to decide whether to go ahead and with the education discount get the Powerbook either 667 or 800 MHz or safe money by getting an iBook. Of course money's an issue, but I'm also thinking about whether my computer will be useable for the next 3-4 years and beyond. My iMac is definitely useful probably until the end of my undergraduate, but then I will probably need to get a computer for grad school. Also, the G3 in it is getting a little long in tooth. That's also the problem with the iBook. It has a G3 and I just think that with Mac OS X, G3's won't be useable in 1-2 years. Then, the question is with Jaguar, will it show significant increases with G3. Well, it's getting confusing so I'll sum up. Should I get an iBook or a Powerbook if I were to upgrade? If I were to get an iBook, should I just keep my present computer? Will the iBook be worth keeping in 2 years? If I get a Powerbook, should I get the 667 MHz model, the 800 MHz, or should I just wait till January? If I wait, won't I be missing out on a great offer for the new Powerbooks with this present discount? Should I wait until after I'm done with undergraduate school to get a computer anyway? Ahhhh, so many questions. Any thoughts?