Hi, I've searched to forums, but can't seem to find a decent answer to this question... I'm looking to buy a new MBP to replace my dead TiBook. On the old machine I didn't have Applecare but I had it insured with a pro audio insurance company. After a dropping accident the hinge snapped, and after plenty of back and forth calls I got it fixed for free outside of my 1 year warranty. Presumably if the logic board had failed they would have covered that too. I'm just wondering what's the point of Applecare if I use a comprehensive insurance policy instead? Any info would me much appreciated! Also, a side-question... The logic board finally did die on the TiBook, although it's still insured. Should I try to get it fixed and sell it off or just junk it?