Since my PMG5 died a few months back, I've been loving my new Mac Pro. However, there comes a day in every Mac's life when it must pass on and as such, I'm looking to part out my PMG5. The coles notes version of what's wrong with it is a dead CPU and/or logic board -- the place that was testing this stopped once it found a dead CPU. It is a stock October 2005 2GHz dual-core G5 with 5.5GB RAM, 5GB of that is Crucial. Is it better to sell the RAM, video card, case & innards separately or would I fair better selling everything in a package "as is"? To be honest, I wouldn't even know where to start with a price range. Any help that you could provide with prices or methods of selling (as is versus part it out) would be much appreciated.