For those of you with Mac's looking for parts... Say away from macpalace.com!! I tried ordering a part from them which they advertise for $48 only to get a response claiming Apple is now asking $75 for the part. They told me if I still wanted the part I needed to send them the difference. I politely responded telling them no, that they could honor their advertised price or refund my money. Well, I got a refund.
Their site still has it for $48, not the $75 they claim.
They are scam artists!
Don't take this wrong, I am not taking up for them.
This is a possible similar situation about websites in general.
I am looking to buy a new riding lawn mower. If I go to the actual brand name of the mower ( 2 different manufacturers ) and look at what they have I can see all the current mowers and pricing. But not really.
On 2 different websites that are just resellers they have some models not shown on the manufacturer's web sites.
I sent emails to the manufacturer's web sites and ask them if they are up do date and why do these other web sites show new models not shown on their web site. Husqvarna acknowledged that their web site is out of date. Snapper said theirs was up to date. I questioned Snapper about the model number on the reseller's web site and asked if he shows that model number. He said yes and sent me a price. That model or information can not be found on their web site by browsing or doing a search for the model number.
Just as model numbers, information, etc., pricing can be out of date also.