So last time I checked, I believe I have the 1st gen LG screen in my 15" 2012 rMBP. I have not noticed any signs of the screen burn in problem. Would this mean that I wont have it in the future? I have not ran the IR test with fears that it may bring out the problem, but with the warranty running out in November, I feel like I may as well try and get a replacement if the problem is there. So is the IR test the best way to bring out the burn in problem if it exists? Are there any other tests/conditions I can put my rMBP through to see if I can bring out the problem? Also, what are the conditions of getting Applecare? I just have to purchase it before the warranty expiration in November, correct? And if I did get a replacement/refurbished model, would the Applecare be transferred over to the new MBP? (something about how its registered to the macbook serial number and a refurbished replacement may have a different serial number). Lastly, a bit off topic but for those of you with wisdom to share; if I plan selling my rMBP and get the refreshed model (hypothetically, lets say its released in october), what is the likelyhood of me selling the rMBP with less than a month of warranty available? Should I get applecare to increase my chance of sale since 1 month of warranty might drive people away? Thanks in advance.