So my late 2008 2.53ghz C2D 4gb ram 320 gb hard drive with 9600 512vram went in to the Apple store on Sunday. It was the 4th or 5th time they agreed to look at it for constant freezes, black screens, and random restarts. They offered to replace it with a 2010 model with equivalent specs. I went into the store today, signed for it (uh oh ><) and took it home. When I checked out the system specs I realized its dedicated graphics card had only 256 mb of vram in it. The full specs are 2.53ghz i5 processor, 4gb ram, 500gb hard drive, Nvidia 320m+330m with 256 mb of vram. On the receipt I signed on it listed the price of my old MPB as $1999.00. I seem to remember the model with 512 vram being $2499.00, but I can't remember. My question is this: is there any grounds for me to ask for a 2.66ghz 2010 MBP just to keep an equal amount of vram, even though I'd get a free processor boost? Is the vram even worth wrestling with Apple over? I use my computer for work (Final Cut Express, livetype, MPEG Stream Clip, etc) and for games (Call of Duty 4, Bioshock, Starcraft II maybe). I know extra vram is negligible in most situations, but it's really more of the principle. I have a stack of paperwork from the genius bar as thick as my thumb from failed fix attempts, and that's after they stopped trying to tell me a custom icon on my dock was bricking my MBP. Now I finally get a fix, and they downgrade the vram. Maybe they can only give me the 256 model because of the price, but I seem to remember my computer being worth more than they said (I actually got it as a refurbished model for around $1500, plus the $300 Apple care extension). I'm thinking of calling AppleCare tomorrow instead of going into my Apple store which is a 2 1/2 hour round trip (which I've done an ungodly amount of times this summer) but what can I really do? Should I do anything at all?