Commadore PET - Used an audio cassette for storage. Took about fifteen minutes to load my "counter program" (counted to one hundred...that's it.) BASIC OS. Apple 2c - Suitcase like case, white on green display, LODERUNNER! IBM PS-2 with the Microchannel bus! Now that was a winner! Intel 286 and Windows 286! I think this set me back $4000 or something which in today's dollars is about... $50,000? Stuck with the PS-2 (I think it was because of the keyboards) but on to the 386. Sold the 286 for $2000 and picked up the new model for maybe $6k. That included the Zenith picture tube but flat screen monitor... 17 inch and weighed 50 lbs....but that was an impressive monitor. Bought a 486 upgrade kit and when the hard drives hit the magic $2 per MB barrier I installed a 500 MB drive for only $1k! Uh, the PS-2 didn't have much of an internal fan so the whole sytem overheated my apartment.....motherboard eventually fried. Compaq, Gateway, Thinkpads, Dell. -My first wireless network cost me about $2,500 for three computers and a printer. Today I am awaiting my G5....all this could have been avoided if those first Macs were just compatible with my llc software! Anyone know how I can get loderunner to run in OS-X?