Original post by: oldturkey03 ,
@gigabit87898 that will be entirely up to you. I prefer mouser.com or digikey.com for components (no I do not work for any of these companies nor is there any benefit to me for recommending) . Both companies ship pretty quick but charge and arm and a leg for shipping. The other thing I do, is to purchase old logicboard so I can harvest parts as needed later on. It will take a bit of time to create a decent collection of parts and always buy more than you think you'll need. Remember, these components are pretty small, so make sure you keep some sort of system that identifies what components those are.