I have this, er, link... http://www.geocities.com/rintraxud/ To be honest, I think the prices of used g4 macs should've been much lower than they have for some time now. Why? Well there are several reasons, most of which are related to price vs. performance. When a person could buy a new 1.42ghz Mac Mini for...$600? I thought it unfair that people should demand the same amount for a Power Mac of no more than 733-867 mhz. At that point, the Power Mac G5 was running at Dual 2.5ghz or thereabouts, with the low end being under $2,000. At that time, the low end of the Power Mac G5 was, it's safe to say, noticeably faster and FAR more modern than THREE 867mhz systems, which could never have system buses capable of taking advantage of the ram they used, nor did they have Firewire 800, Serial ATA, PCI-X, PCI-Express, or even AGP 8X. And yet, the Power Mac G4 held its...arbitrary value. And now we see the Mac Mini, with Serial ATA, with a bus that can handle the 2GB (the same max as many Power Mac G4s) of DDRAM it supports, with a dual core Intel processor which, we all know, will run circles around both G4 AND G5 based computers once emulation is no longer necessary...for $800. Yet the Power Mac G4 continues to hold that value. And now we furthermore sit here and witness the Dual 2ghz Power Mac G5, with all of the latest expansion slots and ports, and a 128mb graphics card, sold new at under $2,000. And, to add insult to injury, there is also a Quad-Core, 2.5ghz Power Mac G5, with a 256MB graphics card, a 250GB Serial ATA hard drive, some of the fastest ram available, and all of the latest ports and expansion slots that the Mac platform has to offer. And still, the Power Mac G4 holds its value. Still, people try to sell their three-or-four-year-old computers, which, quite honestly, have NOTHING worth mentioning over the modern ultra-compact, for at or very near the same price. And, not only do they try, but they SUCCEED! And soon, there will be Power Macs based on the Intel processors. And soon, they will (as they must) be upgrades to the existing Power Mac G5s. And soon, the software will be translated for the Intel platform, making them shine far beyond anything in mac history. But...somehow, the Power Mac G4...the original buyers, and then sellers, of that now ancient, now barely sufficient, computer design...somehow, they will still sell their 800mhz Power Mac G4s...for ~$600. Again, I repost the link: http://www.geocities.com/rintraxud/ May it wake the sleeping.