Hi guys, this is my first thread on MacRumors.com and I must say I have indulged in such a diverse forum of everything apple, something here has always helped me when in need, however when you stumble across something as rare as a 2006-manufactured iPhone 2G logic board, there's next to no support online and without sending it to the dev-team, I would like any available information on it as you guys can provide me with. Firstly it was purchased from a laptop battery supplier in Columbia, Missouri. He claimed it was pulled from a November 2006 2G Prototype, with serial number "J56480033V9K7" printed on a sticker on the board shield. I am assuming that "J5" is a development sector within apple HQ, and the "648" is year and month, however a 3rd party repairer such as myself wouldn't be the wiser. I am facing a problem with operating the board. I am only getting a white screen. When I power it up, (battery connected, and plugged into my my pc) the screen fades on and fades off, and after 4 seconds of waiting, it appears to power on. As it does this, windows detects an unknown device as "iPod" and iTunes refuses to recognize this. As it is a prototype im not expecting any solution, however I would like to know its rarity and how much value it holds in its condition, and possibly getting it to operate correctly. Thanks in advance!