Hi, I'm an electronics engineer and am looking for a way to make a few pounds while at the same time bring a few dead Mac's back to life. I have plenty of electronics repair experience, especially in the field of LCD display repair and I've been building PC's and laptops for 20+ years. I'm also a recent (9 months ago) Mac switcher and am keen to provide a supply of low cost working machines for other potential switchers who are reluctant to commit any serious cash just yet. My Dad is going to get the first working machine since my Mum won't let him spend any money on "more computer stuff"...and yet he would get so much more out of a Mac! My question is - which models of Mac should I aim to repair? I need a plentiful supply of broken machines with, ideally some common and easily (although not too easily...) repairable faults. I also need demand for the repaired machine and it needs to be able to run Leopard or at least Tiger. My thoughts were on the iBook G4? What do you guys think? I want to stick to one machine type initially and then maybe broaden my scope as I get the hang of it. Finally, does anyone know of any websites other than ebay where I can pick up dead or dying machines? Thanks for your time, Craig.