A friend of mine gave me a PowerPC G5 that he never uses. I would like to give my Intel MacBook to my wife to replace her WinXP laptop, but if I do, then I wont be able to write iPhone apps on the G5 (it needs to be intel based). So I was wondering in it's possible to buy an Intel motherboard and chip that is compatible with the G5's case? Before I pry it open I want to know if all of the networking, video and other components will still work when I put in a new mobo\chip\ram. Also, is there anyway that I can look in the System Profiler or Disk Utility to see if this machine has a RAID card? When I go to the Raid tab in Disk Utility, it lists a RAID name, format and type. I'm assuming that means there is some kind of RAID on the G5. Or are those default values that are always there?