Yay! I took my iBook and replaced the worthless 30GB hard drive to a wonderful 100GB. It's just a 5400 rpm drive, so it shouldn't be too hard for my iBook to run, right? I'm installing the OS now and it seems to be working okay. Also, I bought a broken 12" Powerbook from a local ad lately and turned it on last night. The seller told me it had a broken screen. I turned it on for the first time last night and saw that the screen wasn't broken at all. If I put it under direct light, I can barely make out the main desktop. This doesn't mean I need to replace the LCD but that... I need to change the... inverter? I'm not positive. I'm not a pro at fixing computers but it's become a fun hobby for me. Wondering how easy it is to replace an inverter? I didn't see a take-apart guide on ifixit.com so I'm wondering if anyone can help me out?