Do you mean that you took your iBook in and had them replace your harddrive with a 30 gig'r?
If that is what you mean, where'd you go for this and how much did it cost?
"May all your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view, where something strange and more beautiful and more full of wonder than your deepest dreams waits for you."
I read something saying that the increase in performance is only 10%. When I went to buy the new iBook I noticed they had the DVD 500 MHz model $500 off (Canada). I picked one of those up instead. I love it! Although I can't wait until they put my 20 GB hard drive in it and a lot more RAM. I don't think the extra speed is worth the extra price.
To have my 20 GB hard drive put into my iBook it will cost me $45 CAD or $30 US. This is done at our Apple retail store.
iMac G4 700 MHz LCD, 384 MB RAM, 60 GB HD, CD-RW, Mac OS X 10.2/9.2.2