Greetings All, I was hoping you guys could give me some advice. My MBP from 2009 is still in great shape, not a single scratch and recently I added an SSD. Funnily enough, it's snappier than my 2012 iMac, and with 8GB of RAM, I can see no valid reason to get rid of it and spend another £1500 on a new MBP. The only thing letting it down is the battery life. I can only get about 2.5 hours of it now, and I think it only has 60% or so of its original capacity. According to iStat it's had 907 charge cycles with 56% capacity remaining. Has anybody here had a battery replacement done by Apple? I've done some research, and from what I've seen, it will cost in the region of £100. That's a lot better than shelling out £1500, but I'm not sure if it will be worth it. Does anyone know if Apple still manufacturers new batteries for these older MBP's? If I buy a battery from Apple, will it be a battery that has been sat in their warehouse for several months, with 85% capacity? Or will it be a brand new battery, recently manufactured, with 95-100% capacity? I guess I'm looking for past experiences from anyone here. Any advice or comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!