i've searched the web for a definitive tutorial, and would have searched this forum as well if it would allow search terms like 12" or G4, but no luck... anyways.. does anyone know how to personally replace the hard drive of a 12" G4 Powerbook? i want to jack my 40gb up to 80gb. found a good deal on the drive ($200), but the applestore, apple-experience, and compusa all want at least $150 for the labor. can anyone point me in the direction on where to find the information so that i can make this upgrade myself at home (i.e. Manual, how to..) ... i have plenty of screw drivers and just want to get an idea of what i am diving into before i actually do it. also, i'm going to turn my 40gb into an external firewire drive after the fact... my plan is to buy the firewire enclosure ($40), throw the 80GB in it, use Carbon Copy Cloner 2.3 to clone my 40gb to the 80gb, and then just switch the drives. does this seem like the easiest way to make the data transfer? or do some of you nice folks have a better, tried method? once again, compusa etc. want $50-$150 for the data transfer. so its DIY time. thanks in advance for your replies.