I have a mid-2014 Retina Macbook Pro that I bought in August 2014. The computer now shuts off randomly and the Apple Store says that it's likely a logic board issue. They want $575 to fix it. Alternatively, I can give them the computer and get $650 back, and buy a new machine of the same model (I have no interest in the touch bar) for $1800 (education price) - $650 = $1150. I'm torn over what I should do. The computer is in good cosmetic condition -- keys all work, trackpad is fine, screen is not scratched, etc. Just some exterior scratches and scuffing. My basic question is: If they put a new logic board in my computer, is it essentially as good as new under the hood? I have an SSD so hard drive failure is very unlikely. Just interested in hearing thoughts.