Hey all, I recently acquired an old 12" Powerbook G4 right and I noticed something peculiar. (Its the 1.5Ghz model, this one has 1.25GB RAM and a 40GB HDD) Imprinted on the underside, there's the usual Certifications and copyright information. What's odd is that it says: [....TM and © 2002 Apple Computer, Inc. All Rights Reserved....] The battery says the same thing, only that the year is in fact 2003. The serial number space in OS X comes up as blank, no serial number anywhere to be found. Either on the machine itself or within OS X. The model identifier in OS X comes up as Powerbook 6,8 yet the underside is imprinted with A1010. (or the model for the first 867mHz/1Ghz 12" Powerbooks. What makes this all very strange is that the 1.5Ghz model wasn't released until January 2005. Any suggestions as to what may be going on here? P.S Oh and the machine is in very good condition, so a body replacement or something appears highly unlikely. No indications of the whole thing being opened up.