I got an old Macintosh for free from computer lab at my school, and deciding that I couldn't do anything worthwhile on it, nor did i feel like fitting a PC inside of it, I decided to make a DVD player out of it. This project is not done, I have finals next week and I don't have many tools here at school, but here is the start of it. Here we have the Macintosh Centris 610, which had a production run of about 6 months, not very popular. The CyberHome CH-300s DVD player. This small dvd player is very inexpensive and is easily unlocked to be region free. It retails for $40 but I got a broken one on ebay for $3. This is the 'broken' DVD player, a common problem with this DVD player is that the power supply often overheats and dies. Luckily it uses 5v and 12v DC so I can use a regular power supply to replace the busted one. Since I will be using the power supply from the mac, all I need from the DVD player is the drive and circuit board underneath. This is the mac already stripped on the inside of its motherboard and plastic holders for drives, along with its floppy drive removed. The only thing needed is the power supply. The dvd drive will be stealth, behind the middle bay. I plan on using a QT110 touch sensative switch with the sensor behind the apple logo to eject the drive. The IR sensor will be behind the floppy slot. I think those are all the details. I won't be able to work on this for a few weeks as I stated above, but if anyone has any questions or wants to see more pictures, just post. Also if you have any ideas you thing would go well with this retro mac dvd player, please post them too.