I have this beige G3 which doesn't really work and has all these problems and falling apart and most of the plastic parts are brittle and/or broken off. I've had it with the thing and now I just want to get rid of it. I plan to sell the hard drives as they are very valuable, or at least I thought they were. On ebay the Caviar 34000 ranges from $80-$190. But browsing the sold listings, only one Caviar 34000 was purchased, and only for $15.95. So it looks like I am not going to make a lot of money from this Caviar 34000 I also have a Quantum Fireball. It is an SCSI drive and it is 3GB. The sold listings of this vary a lot in price! So it looks like I may make more money on this than the Caviar. There is also an 80mb Quantum ProDrive LPS but that suddenly stopped working for some reason so I can't sell it because it doesn't work. I already zeroed out the Caviar in the G4 because it is ATA, but I can't zero out the Quantum because it is SCSI and I have no SCSI machine, and the 10.2 disk I don't want to spend anything to get this beige to work. I don't know for sure what is wrong with it (I suspect the RAM though) and it would not be worth it to restore it. It's only a 233MHz G3 and that can't do much. I'd rather repair a G4. And also lots of plastic is broken, etc. And it also takes up space and it is ugly. Also I found that the Apple Design keyboard is rather valuable so I would clean that up and sell that. The mouse is a Kensington ADB mouse and I have the OS 8/9 software install floppy for it. doesn't have the zero-over option in it. The annoying part is the PSU. It has a fan that I really want to salvage but the PSU works (I think) so I can't. I could turn the PSU into a desktop power supply but I can't figure out how to turn it on. Connecting green to black does nothing. I asked here on MacRumors but nobody replied. This is really why I posted this thread. I want that fan D: but I don't want to ruin a perfectly fine PSU. I could recycle the PSU... I don't really need it and it is not ATX. I'm not sure if it completely works but I think it does (there are no bulging/leaked capacitors). I've had ODD problems which I thought was the PSU but bulbfreak said it could've been a "sad ODD".