Hello, I am debating whether to buy a 1GB stick to upgrade my PB 1.5 GHZ from 512MB I am used to memory prices constantly falling, so I know the longer I waited, the cheaper it would be. Lately, however, it seems that prices for quality PC2700 SODIMM prices have stayed stable for a long time, if not actually starting to creep up. This seems to be cos PC2700 DDr is now quite old technologically speaking, so it is no longer made in large quantities, hence costing more per unit to make. I remember paying the equivalant of 30 dollars for a 256MB stick of PC100, about 5 years ago, and now it's $95 from Crucial! Do you think now is the cheapest time to buy PC2700, and it will only get more expensive in future? Many thanks - RedTomato PS, Checking the Crucial.com website, a plain 1GB PC2700 SODIM DDR is $160, but an Apple Compatible 1GB PC 2700 SODIM DDR is $206. Eeek! what gives? They're exacly the same in the tech specs - what's the bloody difference?