You may think I am crazy, but the iMac I ordered this morning will be frequently used by my two sons, Oliver and Philip, aged 3 and almost 2 respectively [pardon the run on sentence]. Actually, while my wife and I will use the iMac often, it is really sort of for the kids. Here are the little monsters: Some of you who don't have young kids may be wondering what the hell a 3 year old and almost 2 year old would be doing on a computer. Answer: Games. They play Dora the Explorer, Cailou, and several other games daily on my Powerbook. They paint Thomas. They build with Bob the Builder. Now they'll be using the iMac so I can have my Powerbook back . As an aside, I can't take them to the mall without them playing the games on the iMacs at the Apple Store for at least 15 minutes. They love the Apple Store. Here's the problem - When they get frustrated with a game, they occasionally take it out on the hardware. Not often, but it happens. Main victim is the mouse, since they don't know how to use the keyboard. Fortunately I have a couple extra mice around. The old one button mice are perfect for little ones. As for the keyboard, I went ahead and ordered a ProTouch XT to protect from spills, drooling, and the like. Anyone else have any suggestions for added protection? Is there anything I can put on the screen to protect against sharp objects without destroying the image quality? Anything I can use to stabilize the iMac from tipping over if it gets pushed or pulled? Maybe I should have bought the wireless keyboard/mouse so these peripherals couldn't be yanked out, pulling down the iMac and ruining USB ports in the process, but I didn't want to expose the kids to extra radiation [I know this is unsubstantiated].