Late '08 2.8 CTO uMBP (with AppleCare). About six months ago, the 9600M took a dump, so that was a new logic board. A month or two later, the clutch cover (black plastic covering the hinge) developed hairline cracks. New clutch cover. A month ago, the magsafe was coming apart, so I got a new one shipped to me. Ever since the logic board was replaced, the ports have been pretty tight to plug/unplug peripherals into. I've also had a very touchy miniDP connection, so I brought it in last week to have that looked at. They decided it needed logic board #2. Got the machine back yesterday, and inspected it closely, but somehow missed a big problem that I saw only when I got home--the display was separating from the hinge by a good bit (it wasn't like that when I dropped it off). I went back, and they were cool about it, but the repair for that is an entire new display/hinge/clamshell setup (I've always dreaded a display replacement because I had such a NICE display with true whites and no backlight bleeding), so it's in for that right now. So in short: --Two logic boards --Clutch cover --Display/hinge --Magsafe (I know this doesn't really count) I'm not too worried about it, and they've been great at helping me out with the machine and servicing it no questions asked, but I'm curious how much more I should tolerate before I ask what else they are willing to do. I realize it's generally three of the same major repair before replacement, but with two logic boards and now a display with a couple other smaller repairs, what's really the difference between 3 boards or 2 boards and a display?