So I've been using my Wallstreet a lot recently, mostly because it's fun to play with, and easy to move. However, there are some issues that I would like some insight on how to over come these issues. 1. The battery cannot even charge. Upon reseating the battery, it says it's charging, about a minute later it turns red on the indicator, and then disconnects. I'm sure it's because the battery is dead, but wouldn't it charge up, even if it were to last for only a few minutes? Which leads me to my second question, where can a get a remotely good battery for it fairly cheaply? I'm not expecting a new one, but one that I can at lease take it somewhere and use it for some time. 2. Above the right edge of the screen hinge gets extremely hot. It does it regardless of the brightness level, and happens fairly quickly. I'm not sure if this happens to every Wallstreet, or if a part is going to pop on me soon. 3. Speaking of portability, where can I get a Wi-Fi card for this laptop? Also, which ones would work with it? It's hard to keep moving Ethernet cables to hard wire it to the Internet and having Wi-Fi would be much easier. 4. What are some good games for this or OS 9 in general? I asked this in someone else's thread and poiihy responded to it, but I'll take a broader range of suggestions as well. 5. After the computer being off and disconnected from power, the laptop gives me a Bus Error upon turning on. I have to boot into safe (no extensions) mode, restart it normally, and then it works fine for as long as it's plugged in. I'm sure the PRAM battery is dead, but that looks impossible to fix. Not sure if there is any other way to fix it, or what could be causing it. Some of these issues aren't really "issues", but more to fix annoyances with the system. Also, I noticed there was a rather large abundance of OS 9 posts over the last few hours, so since everyone is in a classic mood, I figured this would be a prime chance to ask about my G3.