So I've currently got two iBook G4 12" models, both with problems, which I want to make into 1 nice unit. Basically, one, the 800MHz model, is missing screws but has the best case (slight indentations on the edges due to the previous user prying it open with a screwdriver and way too much force), has a stuck/broken optical drive, but, still powers on and boots to the Tiger CD stuck inside. The hard drive is not shown. The other one, the 1.2GHz 12" model, has the screws, but has a discoloured case, a cracked screen bezel, also a stuck/broken optical drive (disc comes out a bit, but can't be pulled out), and a slightly worn trackpad. Again, it does boot when powered, although I can't get into anything but the Open Firmware as the disc inside appears not to be an OSX disc. My question is: Could I take the logic boards, and swap them over? As well as the case itself? It'd be nice if I could put the 1.2GHz in the 800MHz case, as it has no broken screen bezel and no discolouration. It would also be nice to put the 800MHz board into the messed up case, so I could use that as a music player for my low power FM transmitter setup. It'd be an ugly Frankenstein device, but hey, it still would be used for something, repurposing for the win! I could live with a cracked screen bezel, but I would much more prefer it without, and if it's possible with some effort, I'm down for it!