I've considered that, but it would probably require rebuilding the system from a formatted drive, and I just cloned the system to a new HD and it's running perfectly. I figured on doing a major upgrade when the motherboard died or the system crashed irretrieveably. If I can sweeten it up a bit for a couple of hundred by increasing the RAM from 1GB to 2GB, and bump up the processor speed, it will allow technology to evolve for a couple of more years before replacing it.
My concern is with it wanting a 400MHz bus. If you look at:
You'll see there's a 3000+ designed for the 333MHz bus, but I read elsewhere the 3200+ wants a 400MHz. If it won't run on the slower bus, or will run, but effectively be the same as the 3000+, I may as well just get the 3000+ and see how much overclocking it will handle.
If I can get a 10% or 15% increase for a mimimum cash outlay, I'm happy. In my experience, unless you're doing animation, film, or multitrack music editing, having the fastest machine on the block is worth bragging rights but little else. I have a Pentium 4, Dual Processor machine and a Dual Processor G4 Mac if I feel the need for a bigger hammer.