I have a Titanium PowerBook G4 800 (DVI) and was thinking about selling it since I use it more as a desktop than a laptop. I'm trying to determine a fair price asking price for my PowerBook to help me decide if I want to try to sell it. Here are the specs: -800 Mhz PowerPC G4 (with 1MB L3 Cache) -512 MB SDRAM -15.2" Widescreen Display (1280x854, no dead\stuck pixels) -40GB Hard Drive -32 MB of VRAM -Combo Drive -Airport Card -DVI out (direct connection to new cinema displays, need DVI-ADC converter for old displays) Everything else about the PowerBook is standard. The battery is actually only one year old, as I had Apple replace it before my warranty ran out, and gets great life as I hardly use it. I also have an extra keyboard ($129), as Apple sent me a new one for the PowerBook when I thought the left Apple key was going bad. It turns out it wasn't, so now I have an extra keyboard. Cosmetically, the PowerBook is flawless. No dents, scratches, paint chips, nothing. The PowerBook came with OS 9 and OS X.1, but I have purchased both Jaguar and Panther. The PowerBook would come with all the original CDs, cables, packaging, etc. in the original PowerBook G4 box. EveryMac.com lists a estimated current price of $1450-$1650 (the PowerBook was $3199 + tax, new). I'm wondering if that seems accurate or not, and if not, what would be a fair price. I don't want to sell on eBay, and believe that the closed auctions only reflect what I could expect to get on eBay, not in a person to person transaction on this or another forum. Again, at this point this whole sale is purely hypothetical, if I decide to sell my PowerBook I will list it the Marketplace. I just want advice on pricing for now.