So first off, I scheduled an appt with the Genius Bar tomorrow... Over the last day, I've noticed that when my new Macbook (new generation, 13 inch, bought in November 2008) is plugged into a power source, when I click on the Battery icon (upper right corner) it reads, "Battery is not charging." It also shows a percentage of battery that is left. But if I come back in an hour or so, the battery reads at 100%. Fully Charged. So I drain it a little. For example, just did some photo editing while a DVD was playing in the background, drained the battery to 90%. Plugged in the power source. "Battery is not charging." Came back in a little while, battery's back at 100%. The Power Source, while plugged in is, "Power Adapter" but while that reads OK, it's the "Battery is not charging" that is throwing me. Do you all think this is a hardware problem or software problem? I do notice that the little light on the magnetic power adapter is NOT illuminated but when I change to another outlet, it might show, just dimmer. VERY dim. Also, when I unplug the adapter, the screen dims knowing it's been disconnected from a power source. Plug it back in, and it brightens again. The only thing that's happened to my power adapter is that my 8 month old yanked the power adapter (magnetic end) out of the laptop, and sucked on it for a few seconds. I assume got shocked. Maybe that blew something... He's OK. Just got a little scare. I think I was more scared. Any way... Thanks for reading.