When confronted with the whinging (whining) PC Idiots accusing Apple of being seen as less environmentally friendly than themselves, due to a lack of Apple Hardware being turned in for "Proper Disposal" rather than ending up in Land Fill, I posted that APPLE Uses it's OWN Form of RECYCLING --- We Call It E-BAY
When my 17" Lucite Display "bought the farm", I headed straight for e-bay, where I found not only the identical 17" Display (for $100) but an identical 2002 G4 that he'd thrown in FOR FREE.
In fact, it's the one I'm using at the moment, that I just swapped out all my add-on-goodies to a few months ago
This 22" Display was an e-bay replacement for the 20" one that was going dim, which was purchased from e-bay about 5 years earlier.
IOW, Pirate, If you're yearning to upgrade, join me in taking advantage of those who "just can't live without" The Newest Model every year.
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