So I have a black MacBook 2.16 c2d with 2gb ram and a 750 gb hard drive from mid 2007 and I'm going to be buying a 2012 mbp whenever they come out. Up until recently, I was planning to swap the hard drive out for a 250gb i have and give the old machine to someone who I know could really use a laptop. But... 1) the battery life just went off the cliff. I had about 1000 cycles on it and it just went from getting a few hours to maybe 30 minutes. 2) it just started Having issues where the caps lock will not go on and off properly (if you turn it on, it stays that way till you reboot) and also it frequently fails to log strokes on the "t" key. From what I've read, these are likely symptoms of a failing logic board. I understand the logic board replacement is more than the machine is worth and Im not sure how much longer this thing would keep ticking along so I'm wondering what you guys would do with it. Replace battery? Logic board? Both? Neither? Let my beloved black MacBook RIP? Also, the SuperDrive went out a few years ago but I don't even miss that.