Guys, I'm seriously thinking I have no choice but to move on from my MacBook Pro. I love the thing. It's a 2014 2.5GHz 13" unibody and it has plenty of life left in it yet. But my keys started falling off and now one row won't function making it impossible to use my Mac for anything productive. It's not fit for purpose. I've tried two eBay new keyboards but both have failed to work from the get go - one seller even claims my return was lost in the post so I got no refund. From two sellers I've had non working parts. I have no faith a third will be any improvement and as some of you know; it takes about two hours to get a keyboard in and out being careful and it's not something I enjoy having to do sequentially! Apple quotes £350 for a Genius Bar repair and id consider it only they said it comes with a 90 day warranty for the repair... seriously! There is no alternative. I can't repair the printed circuit board on my original keyboard. I have a perfectly fine MacBook Pro with gorgeous screen and speed to go even at its age and yet I'm forced to sell its parts for possibly a total of £500 on eBay to buy a much inferior laptop as a result. I just bought a new MagSafe charger too last month for £80. If I'm missing any other alternatives that meant I could keep my Mac please let me know.. I emailed Tim Cook - doubt I'll get a reply - but other than that I'm screwed. It's well out of warranty... I'm a student and having a computer is essential in 2017 - my once state of the art MacBook Pro can't hack the pace of moderate use.. maybe this is why we don't see them in offices and they go to Lenovo.. seriously considering making the move myself since at the very least they offer genuine spare parts when things do go wrong.