Three repairs and dozens of phone calls later, it looks like Apple is finally replacing my Rev. A 15" Aluminum Powerbook. I bought it the minute the Apple Store came back online after announcing them last September. I got it, and it had the dreaded white spots. Got the screen replaced, came back...more white spots! Sent it back again. It was fine after that for 9-10 months or so, then, I get another white spot. In addition to that, the keyboard was "bowing" by the arrow keys, the A/C adapter fit really loosely, and the screws that held the computer together kept coming loose because the damned thing had been taken apart two times now. So, I sent it in a third time. Got a replacement screen, and I'm not sure what else they did to it. Now, two months later, the screen seems very loose, screws are still coming loose (the right palm-rest makes squeaky sounds when I rest my palm on it), keyboard is still bowing, and now the trackpad does this new thing where it just randomly goes crazy. I'll move the cursor to the left, let go, and it zips all the way to the right. Only way to get it to stop is to reboot, and sometimes that doesn't work. I called today, and being that this will have been the fourth service request, they're issuing a request for a replacement. Has anyone else had this many problems with their 15" AlBook, or am I just an isolated case?