Well…came home tonight and grabbed my PowerBook. Opened it and nothing. That's happened before so I futzed with it because I didn't want to force shut it down and then start it back up again if I could get the screensaver login screen to come back up. No go. So rebooted it. Went to put a disk in and the drive won't take the disk. No noises, nothing. Mechanically I can only get this disk in so far and it stops, like something is preventing it from going in farther. So, tried a reset of the drive (hold down mouse and boot, release at the login screen). No noises, same issue. It's made mechanical sounds before and I've had this Mac since 2009 so I figure the drive has died. Found one on eBay for $13.12 with free shipping! I love eBay! So for this Mac that now makes… 1 LCVD cable. 1 Sound ribbon cable (like an idiot I ripped the socket off the cable! 1 LCD 4 DC Inverter boards 1 Sound board 1 complete set of case screws (the Mac came without most of the case screws) 1 set of rubber feet I'm keeping her alive as a point of pride because the seller declared she was on her "last legs" when I bought her four years ago. I'll be damned if this Mac is going to die on me! On another note, I think I'm on borrowed time with my 1.67Ghz PowerBook. Think the logiboard is going to go soon. Doesn't surprise me though as I bought that Mac after it had been dropped.