It's going to be a little bit more than that; you have to tell it what the address space behind the bridge looks like, essentially.
Whether we'll ever get to the point of having a point-and-click UI to make this work I don't know; it's too early stages to say yet. I haven't even tested that my installer can install the Sonnet patch yet.
My icebook 500 is working just fine, though admittedly its running Void Linux instead of OS 9. Still even get about an hour out of the original battery! I should try dual booting it but with a 10 gig hard drive, there isn't a lot of space for both.
You can go for 3xAAA instead of 3xAA if you want to save some space. I tried using a CR2032 in my Performa and it didn't like it - super buggy performance and frequent NVRAM corruption. A "triple-triple-A" box is small enough to tuck away nicely inside most chassis.
Nice compatibility table, great info there! If field tested, there's certainly no need whatsoever for a citation.
I'd still put a 21" 24bit card in mine were I to play with it again. Wish I could find my Q630 board from the day, testing the 950 against it using the Illustrator rev I was using in that time frame would be fun. That one I used at home in 8bit at 16" while the kid was asleep inn the bed next to the custom desk. 24bit at that resolution on the 950 would be sweet, but 8bit was fine. The 17" Sony Trinitron multisync would have handled the 19" resolution just fine.
@ymk Thanks for watching!
Yes, this newest version model really does look the best, I think. The model just prior to it also looks nice too. That slightly older model simply lacks official support for mounting the Color Classic.