I made a run to the local computer recyclers last week (to pick up an imac G5 to fix for them=> now fixed and returned, only needed an os reinstall) and when I was about to leave I noticed a very small rainbow apple logo looking at me from the laptop bin of death. I asked the lady running the recycling place if I could have it for my collection, and she said yes, so I took it home. I was very happy to find that it was a 3400 and could use my Pismo power adapter. It came stock: 200mhz, 16mb ram, 2gb hdd, but it had a zip drive instead of a cd drive . Also, it had a system password on it. After much work I was able to install os9 to a 14gb hdd by copying an old os9 back up cd somebody gave me to it, w/ a whole set up w/ my old Pismo. As for the cosmetic condition of the 3400c, it could be A LOT better. The previous owner scratched/carved their name 2x into the back and 1x into the palm rest of the computer, and their phone # 1x into the back (516 area code- new York) for a battery i just took my old/leaking 5300 battery and emptied it out and sawed it in 1/2 just to fill the space. Also, on the front bezel of the screen, near the hinges, there is a large crack in the left side, and a small crack in the right side. Anyway, it's not bad for a free/rescued machine.