http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-Power...63947179?pt=Apple_Laptops&hash=item19edcefaab A little battered and beat, and obviously that price isn't a certainty by any means; but it looks to be in reasonable working condition with a minor defect or two, and I just couldn't stop the gears in my head from turning when I saw how much the same models seem to go for. When I bought my MacBook a little over a year ago, I bought it on a line of credit. I'll spare the details, but shortly after making that purchase my life flipped upside down; I lost my job and apartment, and couldn't make any payments on it. I purchased it for $365, but now I owe about $700 on it. It's been a flawless machine, but I just haven't "cared" about it - it's just a machine to me, cold and heartless.(to be fair, a super-smooth looking BLACK colored machine ) I have this probably really dumb idea about selling it to make up at least some of the cash I am short on what I owe for it, and grabbing a bargain like this PowerBook to replace it. Besides the obvious jump backwards in technology which I am well-prepared for... I just feel like there's a counterpoint or flaw in my plan that I'm not seeing here which invalidates it.