I've been using Apple products since our family got a used Apple IIe to replace our TRS-80. I've ended up with a bunch of cast-off macs - several IIe's, a IIci, Quadra 610, Performa 575, Powerbook 160 , Powerbook 180c, and a Powermac 6100/66. I used to have a couple IIsi's and a IIfx, but they were "accidentally" tossed when they got in the way of some overzealous spring cleaning by a person who shall remain nameless. I've got the IIci and the 6100 on my network at home to use all of the expensive (well, when I bought them) SCSI peripherals that my iMac can't connect to. Here's my question for you vintage Mac people - The IIci I have originally had A/UX on it (I got it from NASA), but the HD was bad when I was given the machine. I'd like to try to run A/UX just for the heck of it, but it seems to be a pretty elusive piece of software. Not public domain, it seems? Apple doesn't seem to want to remember it ever existed.