I zeroed out my harddrive and then did a reinstall of Leopard for the person I'm selling it to. Everything went great and at the end of the install it said it had to restart to finish the installation. I restarted and the movie started playing and when the movie finished it started to try and pair with my wireless mouse. At this point I hit (command + Q) to shutdown the computer so that when the person I'm selling it to starts it up for the first time, it will look like a brand new computer and he can use the setup assistant and put in his own Administartor name, etc. I think I did everything right there, but my only concern is that I couldn't eject the install disc for Leopard before I could shutdown the computer. I figure once the new customer sets up th computer and gets to the desktop he should be able to eject it then, but I just want to be sure since I've never done this before. I just want to make sure that by me shutting it down with the install disc still in it that when he turns it on it will not try to reinstall Leopard all over again from scratch. Hoping someone on here has done this before and has any experience in this area. i would appreciate any input you might have since I want to make sure I'm giving this to the buyer in good working order and the disc won't be stuck in there with no way to get it out. Thanks.