Well, I was hoping to get a little more life out of the old girl before I replaced her early next year when my bonus hits, but my old, late 2008 (and purchased in April 2009 as a refurb) MacBook Pro may have bit the dust. It's an MB133LL/A (http://support.apple.com/kb/SP4) - the last of the non-unibodies. However, this model does feature the infamous 8600M video card and I wonder if that card is to blame. The recall for these is still active (http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2377). I know that only the Apple store's mysterious diagnostic tools can say for sure, but I won't be able to go until this weekend and I'd like an early diagnosis from others who have been through this. Symptoms are as follows: - Laptop was functioning normally. I closed the lid for a few minutes and came back to it. Upon opening it, the laptop's monitor would not come back on. The power indicator light was a solid white (not flashing), and I could hear the fans and the hard drive, I believe, operating. - I performed a hard reboot. The laptop came back into the same state - nothing on the screen, the power indicator light a solid white, and what sounds like the fans and hard drive working. So, what's more likely? Apple telling me this is the logic board (and I'm screwed), or this is the video card, and I get a new logic board? Thanks in advance for your input!