As the title implies, I've got 3 year old G5 iMac sitting as a paperweight at my desk. At least half that time ago the logic board died and I was quoted a repair bill of around $900. I couldn't go with it, but I couldn't decide what to do with it either. I now have to get rid of it and since I know that this model had lots of issues with logic boards I'm hoping some of you will have some good advice. The options I'm aware of: 1) Sell on E-Bay as-is (might get $50?) 2) Get the logic board replaced by a place I found on Google (costs about $500, but will that logic board last < 18 months as well?) and then sell on eBay 3) Get the logic board replaced and keep I'm leaning to option 1. I feel that if I knew how widespread this problem was with the line at the time, I would have complained at Apple to do something about it, but now I feel that I've let too much time pass to make such an argument. Any advice or even well-wishes are most welcome and appreciated.