Sound? If you're concerned about sound buggering up your Mac/music experiance, here's what you might do and what I did. Keep in mind that I did this to a G3 and so all the warrenties and support has long since expired. So no worries on my part.
Take out ALL your fans and replace them with Silenx fans. You'll probably have to twist the wires together as Mac doesn't seem to use main stream connectors. The claims on the noise levels of the fans on the Silenx website almost seem comical, but you really have to not hear it to belive it.
Replacing ALL the fans means replacing the 80mm fan in the power supply too. You may want to get someone with a little electronics tinkering experiance to do that modification as I think there's a few capacitors in any power supply that could deliver enough shock to kill you, given the circumstances are right. You could also just replace the power supply with a new, super quiet one.
Last, replace that old Had Drive with a new, quiet one. It really makes a big difference when changing out the original, Mac issue Hard Drive with a newer, more efficient Hard Drive.
When I first made those changes, I actually thought my G3 was turned off when I walked in the room. I had to check the tower power light to see if it was still on. Of course there's still A LITTLE noise, but it's easily drowned out by the softest of iTunes classical music, or the narly iTunes 80's music.