I am wondering if I am the only one that gets a little sad after I sell a Mac (or two) in my case. I sold my Powerbook and traded-in my iMac G5 lemon. I was happy to see the iMac go, but sad about the Powerbook. I bought the Powerbook to take to Iraq back in 2004 and I used it all the time, but once I got home I hardly pulled it from it's case other then to charge the battery or do software updates. I was offered a decent price for it and I figured if I let it sit in the closet for another year all it would do is depreciate at a rapid pace. The iMac was on it's second logic board and when I took it back in it was overheating. He offered me a good price on a new one, so I did the deal. I could have gotten more selling it, but not in the condition it was in. I suppose they will get it fixed. Speed was never an issue with the G5, just a poor design. Anyhow I just bought a new 20" iMac Core Duo yesterday after many issues with my first generation 17" iMac G5. Between the trade in price and the price I got for the Powerbook it covered the cost of the new iMac and I added another 512MB of RAM, since I hear Intel models do better with 1GB of RAM. I was a doubter when Apple first announced going to Intel, but this thing is fast! I love the 20" screen as well and the built-in iSight. So two older slower computers are gone replaced by one, but then again I hardly ever travel and work provides me a new PC at my desk, so there was no point in the Powerbook at this time. If I need one in the future I will just pick up a new MacBook. At least that is what I tell myself so I feel better about what I did over the last few days.