Hi all! My new M505 just arrived, and soon I'll hope to receive an M500. They were just under $20 each, and I thought it was a nice opportunity to waste $20, to get a feel of what mostly businessmen were able to afford 15-20 years ago when these devices just came out. I did it mainly for the experience. And rather than depend on a more 'modern' Palm device (like a Palm M515, or Palm TX, or something) that has similar performance and setups like early cellphones, I wanted the minimalistic approach of a very simplistic, minimalistic operating system; that would work longer than a few days on battery, and were I could possibly learn to program some basic programs to! I'll be looking forward to reading up here, and learning about Palm OS; getting programs, updates, etc.. So my first quest would be to figure out if I can update the device, with nothing more than the USB cable and an SD card, and if I can find any app updates or new apps to install. From there, I would want to see if I can find apps that play back SWF games, read MOBI, HTML, or .TXT files (with or without compression), And later try to see if I can find information and software that works on WIndows (10 or earlier; I can emulate Windows XP in a virtual machine), to program new apps into the device.