Here's a new twist:
I have access to a first-rev MacBook, which of course runs on an Intel Core Duo processor. This laptop has no SuperDrive, so it cannot burn a DVD.
I also have a 1.25 GHz G4 iMac, which does have a SuperDrive.
Each machine has something the other lacks. In the case of the MacBook, speed. In the case of the iMac, the ability to actually burn my project to DVD.
I was thinking about creating this project on the MacBook (which offers superior speed, a necessity when I'm accessing my iPhoto library with 26,000 pictures in it) and then taking the completed project to the iMac to burn it to DVD using Toast.
Are there any technical issues I should be aware of before I try this?