This guy was selling his quicksilver 933 MHz for $40 because it was acting slow and he didn't want to bother figuring out was up with it. So I figured for $40 it was worth going to check the machine out to see if I could just fix it easily to see if it was worth buying. When I get there we start up the machine and it gives the flashing OS not found icon. He says "Oh sorry man, I've never seen that before, it was working fine, just slowly. I'll tell you what, why don't you just take it for free and see if you can fix it." I said wow man, I'd feel bad taking it and not giving you any money, why don't I buy the big Apple 17" LCD screen that goes with it that you were also planning on selling to someone." He says "you can have that too. You can also take this 17" CRT also." But I just couldn't take all this stuff for free, so I made him take $20. When I get home I start messing around with it and it does indeed have problems that a simple OS reinstall didn't fix. The Apple hardware test passed too. But I was pretty sure it was just a disk problem. So I swapped out the hard drive for another one I had laying around. And now it seems like it's all working perfectly! Quicksilver PoweMac 933 mhz 768 MB RAM DVD-R drive Airport card installed Nvidia GeForce4 MX 64 MB video card with dual display outputs Apple Pro keyboard Apple Pro mouse Apple Cinema Display 17" LCD screen NEC 17" CRT screen --------------------------- = free (but I paid $20 out of honor anyway) Score!