Hey guys. I'm not even sure what forum this bastardization project goes in, but I'm starting with a MacBook so this seems as good a place as any. On Wednesday, I'm buying a MacBook (the brand new one, or so I'm told) that has been water damaged. I'm only paying $70 so if there's one working component (and I'm sure the LCD is unaffected), I'll have made my money back. My plans for this machine is to take the logic board out and put it into a Sawtooth case for use as a wannabe Mac Pro. I've got a bunch of general questions to toss around: - How difficult will the logic board be to mount? I figure I'll need to fabricate my own mounts and whatnot? - Is there a reasonable way to run this off of a normal Sawtooth power supply, or am I better off running a MagSafe adapter into the back of the case? Having a battery in a desktop will be nice. - Are MacBooks likely to think something fishy is up if I hook a 3.5 inch SATA drive up? I'm pretty sure it should work but it'll definitely be a bit different. - What's the best way to upgrade graphics? Is this even possible? More to come.