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Originally Posted by daveed View Post
If I buy 10.5.1 or 10.5.4 will I be able to upgrade to the highest version supported by the PowerPC. I guess the answer is "Yes" and the version I want to go up to is 10.5.8. I assume this will be an available download or something over the internet? I am also nervous about anything that does not say "full retail version". Here is an offer that is tempting but not sure if is going to work- what do you think?

<<Mac OS X 10.5.2 Leopard New Install Restore DiscsMac OS X 10.5.2 Leopard Mac Pro early 2008
If you purchase 10.5.1 or 10.5.4...YES you will be able to update for free to 10.5.8 via Software Update.

NO...you do not want that "Restore Disk" you mentioned. You want a full install Retail version of 10.5...and like already mentioned...that's going to cost you at least $100 bucks (probably more) on eBay.

Hope this helps,

- Nick

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