Ah back in 2010, I remember when I first walked into the Apple store and gotten my first Macbook pro. It was such an awesome day and was probably one of the most stupidest mistakes I have ever made. After like an hour when I began to finalized my purchase, one of the apple salesman came up to me and tried to sell me Applecare. She tried to explain to me that Applecare is preferred and that I am going to get a better peace of mind and what not. I am standing there thinking if they are trying to make a sale of the MBP or trying to break me away from the sale because they were basically verbally attacking their MBP. Basically by trying to get me to buy Applecare they were saying how the MBP might break down in the long run. Now I am not really feeling this. Apple computers are known for their excellent build quality and long-lasting components right? I mean that is why they are so expensive and so popular, right? So I am kind of in there thinking er... are you actually trying to tell me MBP are ****** and need an extra insurance? Anyways, I was trying to be polite and say no thanks, but then she started talking about the hard-drive. She then say that the hard-drive can failed and it is VERY HARD to replaced. Now when I heard that, I was confused. Aren't hard-drives easy to replace and it takes like a couple of minutes to do it. Currently I have a SSD sitting on one of my laptops, but this was 2010 so I didn't know much about SSD anyways. (Would probably just bought a regular laptop hard-drive to replace it when it fails) So is this really how Apple salesman try to sell Applecare?