Well that's it for my 1.0 GHz USB 2.0 eMac. Since it would be costly to repair it, I thought maybe I would buy one of these to replace it: http://cgi.ebay.com/Apple-eMac-2005...ewItemQQptZApple_Desktops?hash=item414b4747b1 It's much faster, has a bigger hard drive and a SuperDrive already included, AND even includes a keyboard and mouse! (Currently I used a black Apple Pro Keyboard and Pro Mouse from the old iMac G3 with it.) And it's price even seems lower than buying a replacement logic board for my old eMac. However, I also took the opportunity to salvage a few parts from my old eMac. I took out the hard drive, the 1 GB RAM module I bought for it, the SuperDrive I installed and the Airport Extreme card. As for the rest of the machine, since I can't throw it away (I want to help the environment this way), I might either keep it for spare non-logic board parts for the new one, or I may sell it on eBay listed as "FOR PARTS" or "BAD LOGIC BOARD," as I have seen these kind of Macs listed on eBay, and usually techies or computer wizards buy them to perform repairs on or use parts for an existing broken computer, and they usually range for like $30-$50, versus the price of a functioning model. Any comments/opinions?