I bought my Macbook in the summer of 2010 and recently took it into Apple to get my logic board replaced. I wasn't under warranty so it cost about $300 to fix it. That fine. I got it back on Saturday and now it's Thursday, and now, when I click my battery, it says "Service Battery". When I took it to them last week, they did a battery test on it and they said it was looking fine. So is it possible that when they replaced my logic board, they could have done something to my battery? I downloaded coconut battery to see the specs on my computer, and I also got the specs from one of my friends who has had his macbook pro for 27 months, while I've had mine for 15 months.... It doesn't make sense at all cause his battery load cycles is much higher, along with being older, while his percentage is still higher..... If anyone could help, it would be AMAZING. Thank you!