UPDATE: Please continue reading thread on repair progress. Folks, Looking for some advice after I shelled out more than $160 Canadian on a PowerBook G4 12" advertised by a seller on eBay as EXCELLENT condition!!! (three exclamation points). I contacted the seller using Account A and made several offers but ran out of the 3 offers limit on eBay. Then I made an offer with Account B and bought it with that. In Account A the seller said the laptop was in excellent condition, only minor scratching and NO dents on it and battery lasts 6hr 22min and is fully functional. What can be done about this at this point? It's going to cost me a fortune, nearly $54.52 tracked to ship this back to the USA in a proper box. And not only that but, eBay still eats the nearly $50 canadian I paid for duties and shipping using GSP initially since the seller doesn't have it. I paid half CC and half from PayPal funds. Specs and Price: - PowerBook G4 12" - 1.5GHz Processor, 1.25GB RAM and 100GB HDD - Paid $100 USD for notebook but, nearly $160 converted to Canadian Dollars with eBay Global Shipping Program and Duties charged. NO Box: It arrived with bubble wrap and paper wrapped around and tapped heavily. There was NO box, just some disgusting tape. Condition: - The laptop to me is in HORRIBLE 3/10 condition. - Heavy scuffing and scratching all around. - BIG DENTING on the Right side corner and Optical Bay. - Minor dent on the left side. - Scuffing on the palm rest area. - System keeps showing "Clock has been set before 2001" when turning on. Looks like it needs a new RTC battery. Pictures: For updates, continue reading thread.