Sure, sure. But they say that the memory must be installed by Apple or a certified service facility. The box is not easily opened. So, if you add your own memory, you risk not only mangling the box (until somebody offers a cracking tool), and, as in the past you void your Apple warranty. Now, I can do it. I changed my iPod (gen 2) battery. But, can the average joe/jane do it? --Steve At 10:58 AM -0500 1/13/05, Joseph B. Gurman wrote: > With the !Gbyte memory, it's $1203, but who ever bought memory from Apple? The 1 Gbyte DDR 333 DIMM is $210 - $235 most places. And cheapie PC sellers do the same thing, usually selling the low end boxes with inadequate memory to keep the price point down.