Yesterday, I noticed my G5 was acting a little funny. The time was wrong - it said 6am when i was 11pm or something. Tonight I tried to boot it up and it basically got stuck on the loading screen w/ the apple and the spinning progress bar. I left it for about 20 minutes and then forced a shut down and tried a couple of things: 1. start up in safe mode (didn't work, still stuck in same screen) 2. reset PRAM (seemed to get further, but then got stuck on blue screen which seemed to alternate between a lighter and darker blue along with the spinning progress bar) 3. reset the NVRAM (didn't work) 4. booted up in target mode and ran disk utility, checking & fixing disk (no errors were found) 5. booted up via Leopard install DVD and ran disk utility, repairing permissions. fixed a couple of things, mainly related to airport (which is odd cause I have it turned off) (didn't work) 6. started in single user mode, ran fsck (got prompt, ran fsck, no errors found, rebooted) 7. removed all peripherals (usb/firewire) only thing left was power, ethernet, keyboard & mouse (I actually did this first) My next try will be to pull out the RAM in pairs and see if that makes any difference and maybe trying to pull the boot disk out and put it in an external firewire drive to see if it'll boot from there. But I plan to bring it into apple store tomorrow night to see what that can figure out. Still under applecare until next march so I should be okay in that sense, but I don't really like the idea of being without it for however many days it may take to fix it. Am I missing anything?