So my logic board died, and it's not from water damage or anything like that. The question is, what do I do with my late 2006 black MacBook? I am getting (in a few days ) a shiny MBP 15.4" 2.53GHz i5 that will last me through college and beyond. I'm cannibalizing my old MacBook in the meantime. I'm going to remove the RAM (3GB) and the battery (at 92% original capacity) for my mom, who has an early 2006 model with maybe enough RAM but a battery that lasts under 10 minutes. I'm also keeping the HD, as it's bigger and better than the stock MBP 500GB thingy. So that leaves a case, a busted logic board, the a/v chipsets, and one very clean 13" LCD screen...would anyone anywhere buy that kind of stuff, or should I recycle it? I could find a use for an empty case...maybe. Just kinda wondering - what's the market on old and/or broken components?