Hi all, Just a quick query, really. I'm interested in picking up an iMac G4. My current setup consists of a Mac Mini running as an HTPC. For my needs, it works a treat, but I'm shortly going to be moving in with my girlfriend. She's abit of a telly hog to say the least, and although I don't want to lose running the Mini as a HTPC when I need to, I also doubt I'll be able to use it even half as much as I do now on my own.. namely for things such as just pottering around on the internet. As a result, I'm looking for a more traditional desktop solution. I have considered an iMac, but they're pricier than I can probably afford at the moment and for my limited needs seems a little like overkill. I have stumbled on the possibility of using an old iMac G4. Now, I know these things are getting on abit now, but I've spotted a couple on eBay for south of £150. The price seems to be right for a desktop (even an ageing one) and there's alot to be said for that design. It's retro enough to be breathtakingly cool, I think.. I certainly wouldn't have any intentions of going wild with games or the like and I'm appreciative of age being restrictive in terms of the hardware, but would anyone be able to shed anymore light on the G4's performance? It's usage would probably extend to producing word documents, web browsing and music playback. Does anyone still regularly use a G4 in 2010, and if so how is the experience for you? Are they still nippy enough to work well as a desktop computer, even for less demanding tasks than the newer iMacs etc are capable of?