This has been one of those weeks that made me want to tear my Apple-related hair out. - I got my wife an early 2015 Macbook Air back in December. She eats biscuits. The keyboard got sticky and so I decided to clean it, but in the process realised it had been sold to me (via eBay) by someone who had almost certainly liquid damaged the keyboard. Resolution: I got a bargain on eBay for a keyboard replacement, but it was actually the entire bottom half case. Spent a couple of hours and did it last night, works much better now. - Last Friday, my Macbook Pro 2011 died. Straight up dead. The dreaded GPU timebomb exploded and luckily it let me do one final Time Machine backup, but it's sitting there waiting for Godot. - I bought a mid-2015 Macbook Pro WITHOUT a hard drive from eBay and foolishly didn't realise Apple switched to Pentalobe screws. Had to buy the screwdriver kit (of course, nobody sells it in London) from the internet, so that took a while to deliver. Finally opened it up and foolishly didn't realise that Apple had completely changed the SSD format, so I couldn't just swap in the SSD from my 2011. - At least Apple stock had a good week SO TWO QUESTIONS PLEASE YOU GORGEOUS FORUM MEMBERS: 1) What should I do with the old MBP 2011? Everything worked fine, it's probably only the GPU. Is it worth getting fixed (then selling it/keeping it as back up), or should I strip it for parts now and sell individually? 2) I've investigated the MBP mid-2015 SSD situation. Crikey. Didn't realise it was more proprietary Apple SSD's only to get the best speeds. Don't necessary need top of the range speed. Just wondering what you think is the best thing to do. Third party SSD? OWC? Wait for the right Apple SSD while booting externally? Thank you in advance, as always.