Hey guys, I've been having problems with my MBP. It usually kernel panics at least once a week. This has been going on for 5-6 months now. I took it to the Apple store around mid December 2010. They said the issue could be due to the 8GB of RAM I installed or because of some type of system file error. Their advice was to either do a clean install or that the RAM was just defective. So I did the clean install and about 7 days later I had 3 kernel panics within 1 day. I assumed since I did the clean install, maybe the RAM I installed was actually defective even though I thought I remembered my MBP having kernel panics before me even opening up the case. So I contacted Crucial and used my 1yr limited warranty bc I thought the RAM was defective. I should be getting new RAM in another 2 weeks from them. Only problem is that I had another Kernel Panic today even with the stock RAM inside. I called the Apple Store right after and told them what happened so I now have another appointment tomorrow. My question is, what are the chances they will declare my MBP "defective" or a lemon and possibly give me a whole new machine? Nothing is physically wrong with my MBP, its in great physical condition, its just that I'm considering selling it to buy a Mac Pro. If Apple gave me a new MBP, I could get a lot more for a brand new not opened MBP.