Hey guys, well I have a Powerbook G4 Ti... it's the Mercury one. 400Mhz. Well, I need advice on what I should do with my TiBook. I plan on purchasing a MacBook Pro in the summer and for now, I have my TiBook. It has a few problems that I have left to make it a perfect running machine. I need to know whether or not I should sell the TiBook along with my iBook clamshell and buy a 1Ghz TiBook or even an AlumBook until I get my MacBook Pro. My Powerbook's flaw is that the keyboard is missing two keys (but it still works if i press my thumb in the empty space), the battery holds a charge for about 1/2 hr, and the HD is only 10 Gbs. large. Those are what I could fix/upgrade. I've got the computer to physically be in good shape except for these minor things. The DVD works, LCD is clear, laptop is great. Here's some pictures: Now, my main purpose of having a laptop is to surf on the web, email, word processing on the road, and video chat. With that said, should I sell my Powerbook G4 for a faster one like an 867+? Or do you think I should just buy a larger HD, a brand new battery, and the two keys missing from the keyboard? Please help, because I just can't decide if buying a faster Powerbook would do me any good since I'm getting a MacBook Pro eventually. I just feel like I SHOULD get a faster Powerbook because I primarily use my PowerMac G5 and everything just loads faster and I want my Powerbook to do the same, but I know it can't. So basically... in the long run, what do you guys say? Upgrade current parts or buy new Powerbook? Thanks for all your help in advance MR members!