Hey folks! So...I received my new MBP about two weeks ago and I've been running it through its paces. Among other things, I've been keeping an eye on battery life and was finding that it was consistently holding a charge for only about three hours (even with the monitor dimmed and the keyboard backlighting turned off). Now...if it had been anywhere in the ballpark of the "up to seven hours" Apple advertises, I wouldn't have worried about it...but less than half?! So I called Apple and they had me recalibrate the battery...which didn't seem to have any effect. I called them back and they just sent me a box to send the computer back to them. So...here's the question...in the email they sent to me, it reads: "Please note that if you decline service because the repair is not covered by Apple or no issue is found with the product, a diagnostic fee of no more than $100 USD may be charged." Has anyone had any experience with Apple using this loophole? I'm wondering now if when they say "up to seven hours," they mean with the computer in sleep mode? My latest battery test suggests that it's now holding a charge up to four hours...still woefully short of the seven, but perhaps they'll be like, "you said it only holds a charge for three hours, but it's holding it for four now, which is sufficient for us..."?