I'm looking around these threads and realized I just miss the old style powerbooks. the 15 or 17 from 2005 have great keyboards, and while I have new macs (like this amazing iMac I'm writing this post on) if I upgrade to a new battery, and figure out how to put an SSD on one of those old guys, it would kinda be the perfect coffee shop writing machine right? From what I've gathered, my favorite writing software program (scrivener) even gives away their first version of software that works on Tiger. So, the question I have is, how much should I pay for one? And what should I look for, and anything I should be careful to watch out for? Second question is, how much should the SSD/adapter cost. Last question, any advice on screen writing software that would work on one of these things? It looks like there's a ton of old games that I used to love to play as a kid available for free thanks to legacy software (thanks community!) but I can't believe how excited I am getting thinking about using old but awesome tech in the year of our lord 2019. Edit. Also wondering about photoshop? Old versions still available to find easy enough, and do they count for legacy software?