Here is a question for you the macrumors community. I have a G4 Powerbook which battery is apparently completely dead. I had one of the recalled batteries which I sent in and had replaced, so the new battery I received is only a little over a year old. I am a moderate user of my laptop, and I haven't subjected it to any unusual treatment or extreme climate conditions/changes. Do Powerbook batteries die this quickly and become nothing more than paperweights in little over a year or should I expect a few more years out of it? Is it something that I should call and take up with Apple and do you think that they would replace it?