I was thinking of building a laptop and I really like the clamshell iBook case. It seems really sturdy plus it's colorful and really stands out. I was wondering if it'd be possible and more importantly practical to buy an iBook G3, strip it of it's guts (motherboard, hdd, CPU, GPU, RAM, CD drive, old connectors (FireWire, USB 1.0, etc.), screen, etc.) so that there's nothing left but the plastic shell, keyboard, and trackpad, and replace it all with modern parts. I'd then probably install some os like Linux because I don't feel like going through the trouble of making it a hackintosh and I hate Windows. That is, of making it a hackintosh would be easier than I think. Also, I may make the Apple logo on the back glow if I can. So would this be something feasible? Does anyone have any pointers?