Hello, my 2006 Mac Pro (2 x 2.66 GHz) needs a new motherboard. The Apple store has it right now and the repair cost is $453 total (parts + labor). It has 5 GB RAM and some good disk drives that are around 2 years old - 1 x 128 GB SSD and 3 x 2 TB disc drives. Given that my model is selling for around $550 - $800 on eBay when working, is there any point in doing this repair? What do you think I should do? I can't see putting $453 into a 6-year old computer that's barely worth more than that. I'm leaning toward salvaging the data, then parting it out and selling it with the disclosure that it needs a new motherboard and let someone else make it a project. Maybe I can get a few bucks for the carcass. Another thought, I know the Apple store comes with a premium. Do you think I could take it to a non-Apple repair shop and do it cheaper? How much cheaper? Thank you for any tips and suggestions.