I wasn't sure which forum to post this in since this really isn't "buying advice" or "selling," but rather "selling advice." I apologize if it's in the wrong forum. I'm getting ready for the iPhone (by selling stuff on eBay!) and just wanted to get some advice about selling an old(er) iMac. I bought this iMac G4 five years ago this July. It is a 17" widescreen iMac with an 800 Mhz processor, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB HDD and a CD-RW, DVD-RW Superdrive. I've kept it up-to-date with iLife '06, iWork '06, Microsoft Office v.X and OS X 10.4. Never had a problem with it. It's a little slow, but it is five years old... Here's where I'm seeking advice. 1) Price? The obvious place to start is price. I've looked on eBay and they're going from $250-$600. I realize this is a fairly minor point, as that I can set the beginning price at $250 and the "Buy It Now" price at $600 and be OK. While I want to get maximum value for it, I'm more interested in actually sellling it. I do not use it any more (since I bought a Core 2 Duo iMac in December). So there really isn't any loss from this (as that it has been sitting my closet since I bought the new iMac). Any suggestions on price? 2) What should I leave on it? I'm guessing iLife, iWork, Microsoft Office and 10.4 would only INCREASE the value so I should leave it on there, but I'm really quite unsure what exactly else I should leave on there. Is it as easy as dropping anything I want to delete in the Trash? I've never had to do this before and I want to make sure I do it right. 3) Passwords, iTunes account, .Mac account This is kind of obvious, but I want to delete all my saved passwords, address book contacts, iTunes account and .Mac account. I know how to break the link with my .Mac account and iTunes account. I'm really more worried about the Keychains stored on the computer. (i.e. the ones for my bank account, etc.) Can I just delete the all the "autofill" in Safari and that will be good enough? Does anyone have any suggestions on how to totally wipe all my passwords? Thanks so much for the advice. I really appreciate it!