Recently, I noticed that everyone I know that "works" on computers, or people who "rebuild and reformat" computers tend to be stupid. I don't mean to sound mean, but they are not just "still learning", but are actually just wanting the money. I went for an ad in the trader. My grandma was needing/still is needing a computer to learn how to use, and that could do it without being extremely slow, etc. The ad was a 750mhz Processer, 256mb ram, and a 20 gig hard drive for $200. The guy must have not known ANYTHING about the software, or at least not the truth about the software. He was telling me how "great" the Norton AV was, and how this Anti-Spyware was so good that you could clean your computer completely with that one program. He should have caught that I knew what I was talking about when I used every hint I had in me to let him know I wasn't ignorant in the computer field, but nothing made him see it, apparently. Then he went on like the "Thomas Kinkade(?) screensaver" was the most jaw-dropping thing in the world. I then proceeded to look what GPU it had, if it wasn't onboard. It was an ATI RAGE 3d Pro, I believe, 2X. I then asked him whether it would support 4X, just to see how much he really knew, and he said that he didn't know, all he knew was it was a basic AGP slot. The one thing that I will give him credit for is this: He knew how much ram XP needed.