So my TiBook was having some issues lately. It would go to sleep during startup, then after waking it up, it would have a very messed up screen. The fans ran constantly and let out extremely hot air. Lastly, it would just go to sleep at random and then have messed up graphics again. @LightBulbFun, @bunnspecial and a few other users in my iMessage Group Chat helped to narrow it down to the machine overheating. So i went about taking it apart and when i finally took off the logic board, i was greeted with a rock solid green "thermal paste" on the CPU. It took 15 minutes of effort to remove most of the green stuff from both the CPU and heat sink. I then reapplied some Arctic Silver 5 and sealed it back up. @LightBulbFun and I then went on to stress test the machine to confirm that overheating was indeed the issue. It didn't show any signs of overheating after 10 minutes, so the concluded that was indeed the issue. I then went on to back up the machine to my G5 which took a few hours. The fans were running the entire time, and when i came back to it, it was still running perfectly. Anyway, I have a quick question. Is it possible to redo the glue on the bottom plate with superglue? The more than a decade old glue has long since dried and cracked, thus making parts of the bottom plate hang down. Also, for future reference, is it possible to redo the paint on the machine in the common place that paint loss occurs? I want this top of the line and completely maxed out 1GHz TiBook to last awhile and stay in good condition.