Hi all. I have a PM G5 with Apple wireless keyboard and mouse (from the factory). Everything has been working great until this morning. In the last couple of days, the keyboard battery level has gotten low. Not unexpected since the batteries were 6 months old. This morning, I booted up my Mac. My wireless mouse connected just fine, as usual. However, not a gosh darn thing from the keyboard. Completely dead. I figured the batteries had finally crapped out, so I installed some new batteries. Closed the keyboard battery lid and turned the keyboard back on. Waited for about 10 minutes. Still, absolutely nothing. Tried starting the computer and waited for another 10 minutes. Nothing. My mouse connects just fine, but my keyboard refuses to budge. I've tried using different batteries, and a combination of restarting/shutting down/turning the keyboard power on and off and nothing works. It just absolutely refuses to connect. My mouse, on the other hand, connects every time. I've tried searching the Apple support forums - a lot of (no) help that was. I tried searching the macrumors forums and the only related problem other people seem to have is the entire bluetooth system not working. This isn't the case with me, however, because my mouse is connecting fine, but the only thing I get from the keyboard is the blinking green light in the rear, indicating it's trying, but failing, to estbalish a connection with the computer. I don't have Applecare, and my 90-day phone support is expired with Apple, so casually calling them with my problem - and getting charged however much money for it - isn't really an option. I don't have a wired USB keyboard lying around my house to connect to it temporarily either. I've tried getting my computer to boot from the hardware test cd... but you need to hold down the "c" key to get it to boot from the CD. Kind of a problem for me. Does anyone have any suggestions? Anyone have a similar problem?