I recently got my hands on a early 2006 Macbook Pro from a friend who says it was left in a hot car for a day and the logic board is fried. They took it to Apple who apparently confirmed the logic board is in fact dead and should be replaced. The Macbook Pro does power up, the power adapter light turns from orange to green as it should, the battery charges, and the power button works. The fans will run and the hard drive spins up. Even the ambient light sensor works enough so the status light changes brightness. But no boot up, no screen video. That said it seems like the Left I/O board (where the power supply is) works fine since it gets power and the fans connected to the logic board are getting powered. So board itself is getting some power, likely damaged. I have a chance to buy a bottom case logic board assembly complete with Left I/O board and a logic board. Person says the unit gets "no power" at all leading me to believe that their assembly has a faulty Left I/O board and the logic board may be ok. So does this seem like a good idea? Buy the "no power" lower case assembly, remove the logic board and swap it into the Macbook Pro I have and connect it to the existing Left I/O?