Hi there, Mac fanboy for over 25 years. Had at least a dozen, currently a pro, a G4, 500gb Time Machine, iPod Classic, iPod Nano, a 512K in the basement I occasionally pull out to play a game of Dark Castle and look over old school assignments. All in all NEVER a hardware issue nor anyone I know has a had a hardware issue. Heres the problem: I bought this Pro in June 2007, in June of 2008 (just out of the 1 year but I have applecare) it stopped putting out audio. It received a new logic board. In May of 2009 (on my birthday of all days) it stopped putting out video. Logic board was replaced for the second time. Now just 5 months later the superdrive can't "generate the laser power needed to supply the device" AND the iSight camera is not working. It seems unclear the extent of this problem it is in the shop now and I am waiting to hear the verdict. Almost certainly will need a new superdrive and whether the logic board is again the issue for the camera problem we'll see. My question for you all: 1) Is it true that 3 major repairs and you get a replacement? (I was initially told this by applecare and they have backtracked a bit) 2) If so what constitutes a major repair? (I am told logic boards def count) 3) Depending on whether they try to fix this lemon I'm stuck w/ how far and w/ who should I be fighting for a replacement? Applecare or customer relations? I will not be satisfied by having this thing fixed only replaced. As my applecare runs out in June 2010 It is quite obvious this comp will not last w/ a history of breakdowns like this. As someone who makes less than $30,000/yr Canadian and who saved over 10 months to buy this computer to say I am sad . is putting it lighty. In the 2 and a half years I've had this computer it's been in the shop for repairs almost 6 weeks total, not counting this time. Advice??