Recently the hard drive on my MacBook Core Duo (mid 2006) expired and I had it replaced. I knew when I gave my Tiger reinstall discs to the technician that it was a bad idea. He lost them just as I thought. So now I'm stuck with Snow Leopard, with which my printer and MathType5 software are incompatible. I'd like to get disc #1 in particular (I don't care about iWork and iTunes on disc #2). So far I have looked into getting a replacement disc from Apple, powerbookmedic.com and the guy on ebay from Coe Hill, Ontario. Apple sent me three packages, one for Leopard, one for G3-G5 laptops, and one containing nothing. (I think the guys at the SC warehouse must be drunk.) The guy at Coe Hill has only reinstall discs for Core 2 duo MacBooks. powerbookmedic.com lists the discs I need but they are out of stock. If anyone knows of another source, please let me know. If anyone has "upgraded" to Leopard or Snow Leopard and has no use for his old Tiger reinstall discs, please respond.