Hello all, I have a late model iMac G5 20" that recently died. Apple confirmed that it is a dead logic board. I have already pulled the machine apart and salvaged everything off of the hard drive. I also already have a replacement Intel iMac. What's the best course of action? If I could get it fixed on the cheap, I'd donate it to a local charity that needs a computer. However, I can't spend ±$900 to have Apple fix it. I also have no problems gutting computers and building them from scratch, however the iMac's logic board seems pretty intimidating and I'd only try replacing it if I could get a working logic board on the cheap. I also noticed on eBay several sellers offering up capacitors or logic board repair services, however I'm really hesitant about using them. Does anyone here have experience with replacing the logic board? Buying logic boards off of eBay? What about parting the iMac out on ebay? If I don't end up with a working iMac, I want to get some money back from it. Any experiences welcome.