Having recently bought a 17" DLSD Powerbook and a 17" MBP (early 2011) i came to the conclusion that my love for all things PPC wasn't just the design of the computer but the way it was presented to you from the beginning. The boxes the PPC computers came in were fantastic. Big strong boxes with lots of eco-unfriendly polystyrene holding everything securely in place. You had big booklets inside with everything you needed to know without having to squint. The software provided was also a plus at the time. Compare this to the modern age of Mac, poor packaging (clean and svelte, yes) and inside a computer that still looks the same (after almost a decade) and completely user unfriendly WRT upgrading or simple repairs, uugghh. The whole PPC thing for me is/was the way you were made to feel when you got presented with such a mighty package, and why i am so happy to have my Powerbook above my QUAD and their huge boxes like shrines to a golden bygone age. With my MBP sitting alongside being a necessary evil not quite living up to the magnificence of its forebears.