hello there chaps ... just aquired my 1st iBook G3 ... cheap as chips and as useful as a pervy woman on a leash!!! [j/ks] ... now i got a small little question for you ... hope someone can help ... i have searched on the net about this but no luck ... its regarding the HDD of that little 12" iBook 2002Nov model. here is a paste of the specs:

* introduced 2002.11.06 at $999 (700 MHz) and $1,299 (800 MHz); replaced by 800/900 MHz model 2003.04.22
* requires Mac OS 9.2.1 or later, Mac OS X 10.1 or later
* CPU: 700/800 MHz G3 (PowerPC 750fx?)
* bus: 100 MHz
* CPU performance: unknown
* FPU performance: unknown
* ROM: 4 MB, NewWorld ROM in RAM architecture
* RAM: 128 MB of SDRAM soldered in place, expandable to 640 MB using one 1.25" 3.3V PC100 compliant SO-DIMM
* Level 2 cache: 512 KB on-chip cache
* Video: ATI Mobility Radeon 7500 2x AGP
* VRAM: 16/32 MB
* displays: 12.1" 24-bit SVGA (1024 x 768) color active matrix, resolution scaling for 640 x 480 and 800 x 600 modes
* video out: VGA and composite video
* hard drive: 20/30 GB UltraATA-66
* media drive: 16x8x8x24x Combo (CD-RW/DVD), 24x CD-ROM on 700 MHz model
* floppy drive: external USB only
* expansions bays: none
* USB ports: two
* FireWire ports: one
* 10/100Base-T ethernet and v.92 56k modem standard
* wireless networking: 11 Mbps AirPort optional
* modem: 56k
* microphone: built in
* PC Card slots: none
* Battery: rated at 5 hours
* size: 11.2 x 9.1 x 1.35" (28.5 x 23.0 x 3.4 cm)
* weight: 4.9 pounds (2.2 kg) with battery

so my question is ... how big of a hdd can i have? I am deff looking to upgrade the 30GB that i already have in there. Would be lovely to have some extra storage in my 1st mac.

GRACIAS! ...

-Plastix