Hey guys, first post! I bought my Macbook Mid-2007, so it's the one with the Intel GMA945. Since purchase this Macbook has been nothing but trouble, in both hardware and software departments (at one point clicking the bluetooth icon would cause a kernel panic...). Luckily I bought Applecare. The full list of problems that were serviced by my Apple Service Center are as below. - Cracking all along the oustide of the keyboard, but that's common. - On my second hard drive, the first died within a few months of purchase. - Second Superdrive, the first motor died and wouldn't eject discs, nor would it burn dual layer dvd's. - Motherboard died after a year of use, only time the motherboard was replaced just because of a motherboard problem. - Motherboard replaced again after the sound card crapped out. - Motherboard replaced AGAIN after ethernet jack failed. - Going on my third fan now, hopefully the fan I ordered will arrive tomorrow, the thing sounds like it's tearing apart my poor Macbook. I listen to metal music, and even on max volume the fan is clearly audible. Skype conversations for the other person using the Mac inbuilt microphone are basically unbearable. With this plethora of problems, would this warrant a replacement by Apple before my Applecare runs out this August? The only problem is I live in China, so I only get 'licensed Apple Service Centers', not an official one. I do travel back to the States often, BUT I'm not sure how well documented these problems were by the Chinese centers. Thanks in advance!