Hello, My 12" rev. a iBook G4 just died on me. After searching the forums I found a description of what happened from someone else, and he was told that it was a textbook example of a logic board failure. It being Sunday, I can't contact Apple, which of course I'll do and try to get it repaired. I don't have Applecare, but in my country the law actually requires 2 years of warranty on parts / manufacture. Thing is, it's on me to prove that the computer is dead due to some latent defect in the hardware that was there from the start. Now, I was actually negotiating selling the computer to a friend at the time because I want to upgrade anyway. As such, I was going to sell it cheap, It's been in nearly constant use for 18 months and shows wear & tear. I would be happy to recoup the equivalent of $300-400. So my question is: Is that realistic? Should I sell it whole, or part it out? If it is truly the logic board, these are the remaining parts: - 60GB HDD (that I could use myself). - Airport Extreme card. - 512MB stick of RAM. - Bluetooth module (not removable?) - New screen, changed 5 months ago and pixel-perfect. - Keyboard. - Battery (ca. 110 cycles, IIRC). BTW: I wasn't sure wether this should go in the marketplace, as I'm not selling yet. Hope it's OK.