Hi guys, So I bought a brand new 15 inch Macbook Pro back in late 2011. A month after purchasing, the logic board failed and was replaced under warranty. This scared me a little so I took the plunge and purchased the quite expensive AppleCare warranty one day before the standard warranty was up. Well, good thing I did because about a months ago my logic board failed again. This time it was related to the graphics chip, as I could hear the startup chime but nothing would come up on the screen. Apple again replaced the logic board under AppleCare. Well, yesterday when I woke up and tried to turn on my computer it's now doing the exact same thing as last time. Graphics chip has definitely failed again. At this point I am getting a little frustrated. Sure Apple will replace the logic board again for free, but at this point I have no reason to believe the exact same thing is not going to happen again. Do you think I have a chance at getting a replacement unit if I play my cards right? Obviously they won't just offer me a replacement, but I would think that three failed logic boards in less than 3 years is getting into lemon territory. Any thoughts on how to approach this?