Hello all! I was just wondering how many of you out there had experience installing SSDs in our PowerPC Macs? I recently purchased an older 64GB SSD to install in my iMac G5, primarily to try reducing the amount of heat in the case as much as possible; I realize that the HDD doesn't make *that* much of a difference, but it's pretty much the only major hot part that can be swapped out. I wasn't expecting much out of it, seeing as how it's an old SSD hooked into a SATA I bus. However, just as in every other computer I've upgraded to an SSD, the difference is astounding! This big fella is so much snappier now; Xbench reports the new HDD running at least 3x faster than the old (I hooked the old one up via FireWire to bench it), and I'd believe it! It's not so much that it boots or launches apps significantly faster (although those are noticeably faster!), but it's much better about multitasking than it ever was before. This drive gave my trusty old iMac yet another lease on life; if you've been on the edge about SSDs in an old Power Mac, and you have a SATA bus to spare, go for it!