Well, I've had this 1.83ghz macbook pro for about a month, and it has been pretty trouble free. I've had about 2 kernal panics with it in the past 2 weeks, but other than that, smooth sailing. Today I went to school and left my macbook pro on my desk downloading files. When I got back, I saw that the screen was black, so I tried to move the mouse pointer and it didn't respond, the screen just stayed black. Well, I got annoyed and lifted up my macbook pro to put it on my bed so I can work on it from there and it was so hot I nearly dropped it. Now, 2 of my left fingers have a lingering stinging sensation, trademark of a burn. I'm kind of mad, because something similar happened to me before with a RevA 12" PowerBook G4, but I didn't really get burnt. So, what should I do? I'm afraid to send it to apple because I'm not sure if I can trust them with taking care of my macbook pro. It has been running okay after I pulled the power adapter and quickly removed the battery and let it cool down. I'm not sure what happened. Maybe the SMC failed... Any ideas?