Maybe I'm just not as adventurous as I used to be (some would say, 'reckless' ), but I can't seem to figure out how to remove the logic board from a G5 w/iSight that I've been given to have a look at. What happens is that the unit powers on, the LCD display slightly brightens (getting power) but stays dark, and that's it. No beeps, boops or other responses beyond that. If you remove the RAM chips, the LED power lights gets mad and blinks at you, but that's about it. On the board itself I get the two diagnostic LEDs lit. The third never even flickers. I've taken it apart, and I'd like to check the capacitors on the logic board, but Internet support for this model is limited since it's nowhere near as easy to work on as a regular G5. It probably won't be worth it to replace anyway, since they seem to go for $500-$1500+, but at this point I'm more curious than anything. If a new cap or two can solve this issue, bonus! Otherwise, since the warranty is WAY out the window, to recycling it goes... Let me know if anyone has any suggestions to get me over this hump.