I have recently acquired a very special Mac M0001 from Marcia Raabe, a former Apple engineer who was part of the Mac design team from 1982-84 (she was Marcia Babcock at the time). This Mac was personally given to her by Steve Jobs on launch day, and has a personalized "In Appreciation" plaque on the rear bearing her name and the Picasso artwork. As an employee, she had in-house access to free hardware upgrades for her Mac, and as a result the Mac currently has a later 512K motherboard and a 1986 analog/power board installed. I think it would be wonderful to restore this historic unit as close to it's original hardware as possible, so I am on the lookout for a working 128K logicboard (ideally a 1983 build with early low-profile 68000 and Apple-branded RAM) and likewise an early non-revision power board (ideally with early gray cardboard shield). If someone can help me out, that would be wonderful. Thanks! Howie BTW: Marcia is excited that I am restoring her "little Mac" and I am keeping her updated on the process.