Back at the beginning of my senior year in college, my G5 died on me. It was a Dual 2Ghz (Rev A - Tho the mobo says rev C) I came back to my room one day to find it was not waking up from sleep. I did the usual quick fix attempts and finally went to hard reset it. When I touched the power button, nothing happened. It was still on, but unresponsive. I grabbed the top handle to pull it out and unplug it, but just about burned myself on it. The case was practically on fire- and not like the bottom of my powerbook in the summer- I had to grab an oven mit to pull it out! So, I unplugged it, let it sit, blew can-o-air through it and so fourth. I took it to the apple store (NH) the following morning. The genius took the processors out and tried each individually and looked at it for a while. He said he thought it was the logic board. So, today I finally took it completely apart and examined the motherboard and processors (but did not remove the heat sinks from the CPUs or the chipset on the mobo). Everything looks aok. When I plug it in and turn it on, I get a red LED on the motherboard and no other sign of life. What should I do with it? Is there a way to determine the broken parts for sure? Can I sell it as-is and get anything decent for it? Should I sell the parts as is? I know some parts were able to survive because I am using the HD and ram in my new computer. Any recommendations?