Sorry if the title is a little vague, but I'm looking for a second opinion on this. So late last week I ordered an Early 2008 MacBook Pro 15" on Amazon from a marketplace seller, and it came in yesterday. Ends up I got sent a mid 2007 model with similar specs to the Early 2008 (2.4GHz C2D, 2GB RAM, 256MB 8600M GT, 160GB HDD). So it was the upgraded '07 model. So first thing is I got the wrong model, but then I pulled out the power adapter and it is a 60W MagSafe vs the 85W that is needed. It does still power it and charge it however. So I at least need to contact the seller and get the 85W or get something worked out. But a this point I'm thinking I should just return it and get something without the 8600 due to the high failure rate of these cards. However, this MBP is in nearly perfect condition. No dents, no dings, minimal scratching, no dust anywhere on it or in it. And it looks like it was barely used. So I doubt I would get a model like this again. It's just so dang nice. Not to mention the battery has been replaced at some point and has about 90 cycles, but still lasts for a few hours. And one more tidbit of information, I *only* payed $335 for this model, so I think even with it being an '07, with the condition it is in, was a fair price. So what do you all think? Keep it and get the 85W P/A, or return it and find something else? ---------- And FWIW, my main machine is a Late 2008 MacBook, upgraded with 8GB RAM, a 120GB OWC SSD in the optical bay, and a 750GB WD Black HDD for storage. So this is really just to supplement my main machine and to take to school without worrying about all my personal stuff being with me in a backpack or around the school. My main worry is just the age of the computer, even though it's supported my Mavericks and running ML. And the 8600M GT.