Well, a while ago, I pretty much was given a Bondi Blue iMac G3 with 384M of RAM, 60G HDD and OS X 10.3. Not so long ago, I found out that the maximum the computer (or, Apple) really supported was 30G, so, sure enough around 5 months later the Hard Drive fails. No spin up on boot, All data....gone. So, I tried reinstalling Mac OS X - HAHAHA - No DVD Drive to do that. Reverting to Classic - Wrong Firmware. So, today, I took it into the den, ripped open the bottom of it, took off the chassis, and carefully removed the CDRom, HDD, Logic Board and Speakers. (aka, Everything on the bottom side of the computer). Now, I am stuck. I want to convert this mother into one of two things - A MacQuarium or a gigantic CD/DVD Holder. But the problem is, I need to discharge and remove the CRT while keeping the glass. I am terrified to do this, as I have heard it is very high voltage and could kill me. I can take it to a repair shop to get it done (CRT removed - SAFELY ) and then seal up all the holes and buy all the things to make it a MacQuarium, or I could simply remove the screws holding down the lifter-handle-magiggah and use that as the lid for my CD Holder. What do you guys reckon I should turn this into?