Hello all: I've got a 15" stock Macbook Pro running OSX 10.4.8. It's been nothing but trouble since the day I got it. It makes the high-pitched buzzing noise, randomly shuts off (even after the complimentary battery replacement), DVDs don't burn, etc. These issues I was willing to deal with, but when 6 random keys on the keyboard stopped working, I broke down and sent it to Apple. Apple, for it's part, is claiming that I've got a liquid spill in there, and the warranty is void, and I owe them $1000 for a new LogicBoard. I can confidently say that I've never, ever spilled ANYTHING into that computer. Not beer, pop, juice, wine, or even water. Hair, dust, and crumbs I'll own up to. But nothing in the way of a spill, EVER. I've got no idea what to do. The representative I talked to today was NOT helpful--she just kept repeating the same thing over and over again. I'm not sure who I need to talk to or what I can do to get this thing repaired under Applecare. I posted this in the apple.support forums a few days ago, and the consensus is that I'm screwed. That's a tough pill to swallow so I'm here asking the same thing--has anyone had similar experience that ended happily?