Ok, here's the deal. I had decided to buy a 17" MBP a few weeks ago and just the other day my 20" iMac (which is 5 years old) crapped out. It seems to be the logic board, which was replaced last year (for free by Apple) because there were faulty logic boards in some models. So, I thought I would go in and let it be known that I was there to buy a new MBP, but also that I expected something to be done about my iMac. I got there today and there were no other "appointments" available to have my iMac diagnosed. So, I went ahead and bought the 17", but haven't opened it yet. I have an appt. for Friday to have my iMac looked at. Here is where I am coming from. I dropped like $2500 on that iMac when I bought it 5 years ago and had to have a faulty logic board replaced. However, it would seem they replaced it with another faulty logic board, as it has done the same thing again. I don't know about you, but when I spend that kind of money on a computer, I don't expect that it will be "disposable" as a cheap PC would be. I have a 10 year old PC that still works fine and cost $400! Am I being unreasonable? Should I be trying to use my dropping of another $2500 on an Apple computer as leverage for getting my iMac fixed again? I will be devastated if something similar happens to my MBP in a few years! Someone, please offer my your advise. I want to open my new MBP but need to decide what to do about my iMac first! Thanks!