So, my fiancé's 2.5 Ghz (non-unibody) macbook pro recently began having serious issues. The screen would glitch out then turn all white. Probably a bad graphics chip right? This has been discussed on this forum before. So, we call Applecare, send it in for repair and it is returned reasonably fast with a refurbished/replaced logic board. Two weeks later the problem begins again. Send it in again, this time they say they can't duplicate the issue. Two weeks later, same problem. This time we decide to take it to a local Applecare service provider whom runs a diagnostic and deems (surprise surprise ) it a bad graphics chip again. Replace, return, 15min. later the screen goes white again. This time I call up Applecare and am so nice, so patient etc., hoping to get a freebee. No luck. Don't you think that I should have gotten a free replacement after the 4th Applecare call? The case manager (yes I went higher up) assured me that if this happens again I will get a replacement. What are your thoughts on this? Thanks for the input.