So my Unibody Macbook was originally purchased the day they came out. It is the 2.4 and served me well from September until the end of December. At that point I started it up one day and it crashed to the point that I couldn't do anything, the pinwheel of death was spinning but it wouldn't let me shut it down, so I turned it off with the power button. When I turned it back on it gave me the flashing question mark folder. I took it to my local Apple store and they said the hard drive died. So they ordered me a new drive. They replaced it and then it was great until February. Then it did the same thing. Crash, I power it down manually, when it starts back up, I get the flashing question mark folder. So I take it back, they say the hard drive died again. So they give me an entirely new MacBook. Literally 2 days later it happens again. They didn't want to deal with it and so they gave me another new MacBook. Fast forward to about 4 hours ago. SAME DAMN THING happens. I'm a knowledgeable computer person and sure enough, it won't do anything. Mind you each time I've tried running disk utilities on it from the Leopard install disk with no luck. The past few times just for kicks I've tried reinstalling Leopard and it can't even find a disk installed. Needless to say I'm mad. My question is this, do you believe that if I complain enough about this I can get a full or partial refund? I'm pretty well fed up with the MacBook and this is tarnishing my Apple experience (I've been a Mac user for nearly 10 years now). I still want to stick with an Apple, do you think it would be easier for them to do if I told them I wanted a refund to put towards a new MacBook Pro (15" or 17")? Also, has ANYONE else had this problem? I've searched around a bit and only found a few instances of this happening.