Our PC stopped working this week, I self diagnosed the PSU as the problem but was not 100% confident as I was told it could be a failed motherboard causing the PSU not to switch on. So I gave it to the husband of a good friend of my wife who fixes PCs as a hobby / pt business. He confirmed that it was the PSU and he had changed it - only taken him half an hour easy job so it would only be £15 for his labour and £45 for the PSU. I commented that the PSU sounded a lot but not knowing too much paid him the £60 and the PC is fine. The first bit that irritated slightly is that they are long time good friends who we have helped out and been quite (very) hospitable to over the years - the other bit that grated was the fact that I had just lent them our camcorder and then transferred the tape onto DVD - which had taken about an hour of course. If it were me I would have said no probs no charge other than the PSU - give me the £45 - anyway because of this I popped the side off had a look at the PSU looked the exact model on the web - imagine my surprise between £12 and £20 - certainly not £45. At the end of the day £60 is £60 it is not life threatening but it is all the twists to this that have left a sour taste in my mouth. Rant over - I will probably just forget about it and bear it in mind for the future - now I know that I am not dealing with a family friend it is just a business transaction and watch out. By the way I would nt have minded if he had said the PSU was £20 but it was a bit of a fiddle and he had cleaned it all out and done a check so it was £60 altogether - I would have been happy - it is being misled that has got to me. What would you do?