So, in way of venting, here's a little story. A year and a bit ago, I bought a box of four broken-down old Lombards off Craigslist for $50. Through extensive surgery, I managed to transform those into a pair of working units. One I gave to my Dad and another to one of my roommates. A year later, after I'd moved out (and after she'd moved out, actually), a pipe burst in the kitchen and flooded the whole basement. Among the items destroyed was the Powerbook. Long story short, her boyfriend played the insurance claim very skillfully, even to the point of purposefully referring to the unit as a "MacBook Pro" in all of his correspondence. So, in the end, the insurance company agreed to replace the Lombard with a MacBook Pro, which he switched out (at her bidding) for an Air. Heh. In the same claim, he turned four old Pentium 3 and 4 PC's, which were playing various functions (a server, an arcade machine, and a media centre, plus one in general use) into brand-new Core 2 Duo models. As well, a 55" fifteen year-old rear projection TV was replaced by a 1080p DLP model. Bastard. Ha.