My iBook currently has a 10 GB hard drive, since I read on Apple's site that Jaguar takes up about 3.0 GB, I find it more manditory to change my little iBook's Hard Drive. Since I am planing to become a Commercial Artist, I have noticed that Adobe programs won't shrink in megabites year after year, and that Photoshop images aren't the smallest files in the world, sure I can make them smaller, but I like high quality images. I found a site that tells you exactly how to take your iBook apart and replace its Hard Drive, I just wanted to know if any company can change it for me. Like say if I buy a 40 or 60 GB Hard Drive a can I send it away to Apple or lets say... Mac Res Q for them to swap my drives, and return the old drive of course. I have heard somewhere that Apple is sort of not recomended to change Hard Drives themselves, is that true?. I once took apart my Powerbook Duo 230 and 270c once. But my little iBook... I'm afriad I might break it... And I would never want that to happen. Any ideas guys???