I mentioned this in the PowerPC forum, but thought I'd post it here also. This one should be coming home with me tomorrow. I was supposed to get it today, but left it locked up next to the freight elevator in the building, and the guy with keys both to that room and the elevator had to leave before I had a chance to get it. In any case, I was able to remove the computer from its original installation-or at least where it has been for the last 10+ years. Before I did anything else, I hit the power button on the keyboard and it booted right up to a system 7.5 desktop. It has 20mb of RAM currently. I wasn't able to get any further details on it, but the fact that it booted so well was encouraging. It also came with a 12" Multi-Scan monitor-I don't get too excited about these small displays, but it seemed a natural match for the computer. Basically this just seems like a good, solid all around system. Almost every port on the back was populated-it had an Appletalk box that was connected to the G3 on the desk next to it, as well as a cable running into the wall and going to who knows where, a SCSI ZIP drive, an AAUI to 10-base-T bridge, and an Extended Keyboard II. The AEKII is my favorite Apple keyboard design of all time, so I'm happy to get another one. By the way, most of the references I find mention that it uses 30 pin SIMMS. Are these the same memory sticks that I used "back in the day" in my 386 and 486 systems? I'm assuming that with 20mb of RAM, it has 4x4mb(plus 4 on the board?). 16mb sticks are a bit pricey($15-20 each from what I'm seeing on Ebay) so I'm wondering if I can "mix and match" and just stick one or two 16mb modules in. This will be my second 68K system, and my first "high end" one, so I'm excited about getting it. Sorry for the not so great picture, but here it is packed and ready to go, along with the G3 desktop that's also coming home with me.