Here's the scoop - I have a recently-obtained iBook G3 running Tiger that was installed via Target Disk mode. Since the iBook is a hand-me-down it hasn't cost me anything but a little bit of time installing software and such. However, it only has a CD drive, and I was recently able to obtain a compatible CDRW/DVD drive from an iBook that was being stripped for parts at my workplace. Geek Squad claims they will be able to install the DVD drive for $40, which is a fair sum considering the PITA using the DIY approach to the iBook really is. But, well, it's Geek Squad and Best Buy, and my fear is all that they'd do is go online and use the exact same take-apart manuals I would since it's an older iBook. So, my choices are: 1) Let sleeping dogs lie - if the hard drive or optical drive currently in the iBook fails, then consider replacing one or both using option 2 or 3. 2) Take it to Geek Squad and hope for the best. However, I get the feeling that if they borked something else in the iBook that they wouldn't exactly buy me a new one, would they? 3) Do it myself and hope for the best. Not a joyous experience, since I was the one who stripped the aforementioned dead iBook at work for parts. I'm leaning toward choice #1, but since the replacement of the optical drive and potentially even the existing hard drive in the iBook would cost in theory no more than $80 labor, since I got it for free this would be money well spent. So, has anyone ever used Geek Squad for Apple hardware repair and service, and if so, how did it turn out? Are they even qualified for working on Macs? Will they guarantee their work, and if they screw up something else in the iBook (since we all know the iBook G3s are touchy) what will they do to recompense? Any thoughts are welcome. Thanks!