I think I've got as far as I want to with my iBook Clamshell collection - until another nice example turns up...., so I'm now turning my attention towards 2016 when I'd like to find a nice example of a G3 Powerbook. But which model? I recall reading here that the Kanga is one of the most sought after, but as I'm in Europe I guess the chances of finding one are pretty slim. If I understand correctly the Pismo is a model that is highly respected, and I think may be at the top of my hit-list. Again probably difficult to find, and priced accordingly when they do appear. Here are two other possibles that I've seen for sale locally: i) A model 540c which looks in remarkably good condition, with the description, "In very good condition, functioning, but lacks the charger. Price is equivalent of $54. I've contacted the seller and he's willing to share the shipping costs within Europe (approx $10). So total price $60 max. ii) A G3 with 333MHz/512KCache/64MB/4GB HD/8MB Video/CD - 1999, which I guess is the 'Bronze'. Looks good from the photo, with a description, "Good condition, works perfectly." Price is the equivalent of $43, so I guess max $50 with shipment. I'd be grateful to hear any words of wisdom from you specialists here. If these are worth following up, given that my objective is to have an additional piece of Mac history, in good condition & for occasional functioning - certainly not as a 'working' machine. Or would I be better off saving the money and putting that towards a Pismo when one comes on the market? And no doubt would be more expensive. I'd also like to know in your experience which of the G3 Powerbook series one can still find spares for, and are relatively 'workable' when it comes to parts replacement. Cheers.