Hi First post ever! yay!!! I'm just wondering I've got a second revision 20' inch sunflower iMac with a very good amount of software installed on it I'm just wondering should I sell on the grey market? On ebay at the moment a first revision model is going for sale at 440 dollars which is pretty good for a 4-5 year old computer. It's specs are..... Up for auction is one very lightly used "Sunflower" imac G4. I have owned this imac since it was new. The machine is in excellent condition with no scratches, dings, etc. The 15" display is perfect with no scratches and NO DEAD PIXELS. It has an 80 GB hard drive and 1 GB Ram. This imac is in MINT condition!!! It ships in the original box with all the original packaging. It works perfectly and has never been to Apple (or anyone else) for any kind or problem. It is running MAC OS, 10.4.11 Tiger Specifications: CPU CPU: PowerPC 7450 CPU Speed: 800 MHz FPU: integrated Bus Speed: 100 MHz Ram: 512 MB installed. Max 1 GB Video Screen: 15" LCD Video Card/Chipset: NVidia GeForce2 MX VRAM: 32 MB Max Resolution: 24 bit 1024x768 Video Out: mini VGA Storage Hard Drive: 60 GB ATA Bus: ATA-66 Optical Drive: Combo Drive CD-RW/DVD-ROM It's pretty poor performance wise but aesthetically it's beautiful in my opinion it's one of the best designs apple have ever done. Specifications: CPU CPU: PowerPC G4 CPU Speed: 1.25 GHz FPU: integrated Bus Speed: 167 MHz Ram: 512 MB installed. Max 1 GB Video Screen: 20" LCD Video Card/Chipset: GeForce FX 5200 VRAM: 64 MB Max Resolution: 32 bit 1680x1050 Video Out: mini VGA Storage Hard Drive: 80 GB ATA Bus: ATA-66 Optical Drive: Superdrive CD-RW/DVD-ROM Is it worth selling towards my macbookpro fund? or does anyone else think because of the unique design that these models will go up in value? Any thoughts? Oh by the way my imac is in perfect condition and has never had to be serviced.