There were actually five of them, none of which were working. They'd automatically power on and just stop with a red power LED. Too bad because it was actually pretty ballin' for its day: 400 mhz CPU, A/V board, 1 gb RAM (eight 128mb sticks
), 9 gig SCSI hard drive, running Maya 2, Patriot, and some weather production software. I reseated all the cards and memory, jumped all the magical reset jumpers outlined in the manual, and had no luck reviving this one. (It was in the best cosmetic shape.) The plan is to keep it looking as stock as is practical, with space for three hard drives. Someday I might get a newer Mini-ITX motherboard (preferably with eSATA), load it up with 2 TB hard drives and make a 6+ TB NAS. I didn't take any pictures of the disassembly process, but if you want I can snap some SGI n00ds.
Besides, a NAS (especially an eventual 6 terabyte one) is much more useful than some old pretty pictures machine.
Build log with pictures to look at: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=41895
Also went to Savers this afternoon and picked up a real SuperJoy III with all the accessories for $7.
e: Okay so the trigger on the gun is jammed and it's missing the little battery cartridge thing's door. The sound is scratchy and very 'off' but it works.