Hi guys, I have a question, i have a MP 6-core 3.33 gHZ that i bought late 2010, i was having lots of problems with the computer all kinds of hardware problems (GPU and sound related mostly, but also losing power etc.) After lots of repairs the problems always came back, when i contacted Apple again (i had Apple care witch is expired now) they forwarded me trough to a senior advisor, after explaining him everything and going trough all the details with him he offered me to just have my macpro replaced, but since i lived in Europe and they can no longer sell the MacPro in the form i had one he offered me to get my macpro replaced with the newest model when it was released (thet newest model just was announced a wekk before i think) i was stoked and ofcourse very happy that i finally would have a machine that worked. A few days ago this person informed me by mail that the new macpro was released. I contacted him with the question on what configuration i will be getting in return for my macpro, he replyed by saying that the base model quad core was the system that he would use to replace my 6-core. I emailed him that i was absolutely not going to replace a six core with a quad core, plus that my six core coasted me around 1500$ more that the Quad configuration he's trying to replace it with. What do you guys think and what would you recommend that i do in this case, isn't it normal that i'd like to have a six core replaced with a six core instead of a quad core, its not as if i bought a six core for no reasson...what if the senior advisor uses the "yeah but this is a newer model and thus better" excuse....do i hold my ground or what?