My 13" Late 2013 MacBook Pro Retina has been great since I purchased it in October of 2013. Unfortunately over last few months, I noticed some peculiar problems which prompted me to take the computer to the Genius for service under the AppleCare warranty. Problems: Random Restart During Login/Bootup Forgetting Wallpaper and Defaulting back to Original Image I took my MacBook Pro to my local Apple Store on 5/12 and the following parts were replaced: Logic Board When the computer was returned to me, I noticed a dent that was caused during the repair process and filed a complaint. Apple took the computer back and replaced the following: Display Assembly Housing, Top Case w/Battery Housing, Bottom Case Upon receiving the computer, I attempted to transfer my old documents and data back using Migration assistant. The first two times, Migration assistant copied my system settings and other data back to the computer that I had specifically chosen to exclud as I wanted to start fresh with a clean slate. Now, nearly two weeks after initially bringing the computer in for service, I am experiencing the EXACT SAME ISSUES. The computer will intermittently and randomly restart during boot up/login and the computer never seems to remember what wallpaper I select. I can choose a different wallpaper, but whenever the computer restarts, the default version is shown behind the login screen. Can anyone give me any ideas? I have been without the computer for nearly two weeks and all my work has ground to a halt thanks to this. In addition, my iPhone and iPad are both in need of a restore, but I can't attempt this without my main MacBook. Any and all input is appreciated before I huck the computer into the ocean and buy a brand new MacBook.