So, I'm really, really sick of my MacBook giving me sh*t. Truth be told, I'm done with Apple notebooks. If I get a replacement Macbook I can sell it and continue using my Mac Mini (Favorite. Desktop. Ever.) My question is, is my list of problems big enough to warrant a replacement Macbook if I ask politely? If I call tier 2 and ask un-politely? I've had three repairs insofar. Repair 1: Logic Board Repair 2: Top Case/Battery Repair 3: Logic Board, Heatsink, Fan, Bottom Case Current problems: -Bleeding Backlight -Flickering Backlight, can't look at display for more than 15 minutes before eyes start to hurt and tear up, currently using external monitor -Uneven backlight, splotches of dark and light everywhere -Strangely colored screen, partly yellowed -Misaligned top case, shifted a bit to the right. This means that if I push the left side it cracks and slides under the bottom case and shows a little crack exposing the inside of the logic board part of the computer. It also means the right side bulges a bit. -Bottom case starting to crack again ----------------------- All of this could be fixed with a new top case, new bottom case, new display, and new inverter. Is it worth nudging for a replacement or am I in over my head and should be content with a repair?