My "New to Me" Mac Pro 3,1 arrived in the mail yesterday... The seller carefully tossed it into an old vacuum cleaner box, and apparently wrapped it in a single layer of old bubble wrap to keep it from getting cold on it's trip from Minnesota to Florida. Looks like it was dropped at least twice. A bottom leg popped several rivets as it bent away from the case, and bent up, blocking the panel from opening. An upper leg did the same... only lost one rivet.. and bent down... jammed along the upper edge of the panel, as if to say "Hey buddy... take a hint... my friend and I don't want you opening the case" It came without a keyboard, mouse, or monitor (I knew that) All I've got is old PC stuff. I was waiting for it to arrive, before buying the appropriate keyboard and monitor for it. The seller is ignoring my emails... I have absolutely no idea how rugged (or not) these beasts are. Should I expect to find extensive damage on the inside? Or are the legs the only thing that get damaged when these things get dropped during shipping? Should I buy a keyboard, and an adapter for an old monitor, so that I can plug it in, and watch it smoke? Or should I give it to my neighbor, and let her use it as a spare anchor for her boat?