Well, I never really was a Mac user. I was basically a PC guy my whole life. Sure I loved Apple products, but they were never in the price range for me or my family. In 2011, I got my first Mac ever. It was my Indigo iMac G3. Now, not knowing much about PowerPC machines, I thought this iMac could do anything a normal PC could do. Boy was I wrong. I wasn't mad though. I loved this machine just by its design and unique-ness. I started doing research on my Mac and found out it used Apples own PowerPC based processor. As I did more research, I realized how cool that was for a computer company was making its own... well everything! I then started to do research on Apple computers all together. In 2012, I got what I thought would be a great machine. A PowerMac G5. I thought It would be this great machine that could definitely run slightly older apps. I never got it connected to the internet to do any of the stuff I thought I would do. So it then sat... It is now today and I realize what this machine is capable of doing for being 10 years old. I cannot think of anything I can't do on this G5 (now a different G5 but basically the same). I can use Photoshop CS4 for all my photo needs. I can play games on it! I am a PC gamer, but if my Gaming PC died, I honestly wouldn't miss it much. I can run some of my favorite games on the G5 with no problems (Sims 2, Minecraft, Halo). With iLife and iWork 09', I can edit videos, write a paper for school, or make a presentation. I love this Mac, and I mean it. I mean this for all PowerPC computers. Each one was special in its own way. You don't see that past 2005 in apple computers (okay maybe the new Mac Pro ). I would love to have one of the later 2005 PowerMacs and may get one in the near future . In all, I like PowerPC because it is really inexpensive, its still bears that Apple logo, and it does everything I need it to in 2014. The computers they were built around were genius and stunning none the less. They run with no lag, even after 15+ years. Apple just did it right back then. Its a shame I never got to really appreciate them back in that time (Born in 1995, so yeah...) but my family never could afford "those rich people computers". So the question is, why do you love PowerPC Macs?