I have the original unibody 2.0Ghz MacBook aluminum from 2008 and it has been probably my favorite piece of tech that I own and definitely the most reliable. In short, I love it, and it is pretty much the best computer I have ever had the pleasure of owning. That said, I've always been envious of the backlit keyboards (as the 2.0Ghz model didn't have one and you needed to step up to the 2.4Ghz to get it). It wasn't the biggest tradeoff, and I'm a pretty good touch typer, so it wasn't a huge deal to me. That said, after almost 5 years, I finally found out you can just buy the backlighting for the keyboards (and I found a legit seller on ebay where you can get one for my model, the A1278) for about 4 dollars with free shipping too). My question is, how difficult would it be to install? I know my way around my laptop and have opened it many a time, but I've never installed the top case or done anything as extensive as it seems to be. Also, will it even work? I know my model didn't ship with a backlight keyboard, but apparently they have the same logic board as the 2.4Ghz models (and thusly, the same connector for the backlight ribbon cable that never got installed for whatever reason Apple chose not to include it).