Recently, my Powerbook got water spilled on it, god knows how. I just woke up and see it sitting there, locked up, in a puddle of water. I sent it to Apple and they quoted $1300 to fix. I had them just send it back to me. First off, I won my 15" Powerbook at the Tiger release. So i've got no real monetary loss on this mishap. But I've got a Mac addiction now, I don't want to be stuck using Windows forever. I need to get some advice on what I could do with this. I'm not really interested in paying $1300 to fix it. Option A: I could part it out, or sell it as a whole. I'm not sure how much money I could get for it as a whole though. They wouldnt' tell me what all is wrong with it. Logic board and CPU are probably fried. I'm pretty sure everything else is alright. Battery still works, the fans turn on when I hit the power button. If I sold what I could on it, I'd put that money towards an iMac G5. Option B: Find a local place to repair it. I think I could get it done cheaper locally. My main issue is figuring out how much I could get for the messed up PB. Whats everyones opinions on what I should do?