Hey guys. I'm sure some of you have seen me in here answering general laptop questions that's pretty generic across all laptops. Well, I'm replacing my Acer laptop, which is a POS. I don't feel like going into detail, but lets just say it's made me paranoid about buying another one. Last time I "cheaped" out on a laptop. It was 1500 dollars when I bought it, but when compared to other laptops with the same specs at the time, it was a bargain. So, this time around, I want to buy a good, reliable laptop that will last me 3-4 years through school. The laptop is not a "luxury," as I really do need it for a few of my classes, as I'm majoring in engineering, which also means I need a powerful laptop (no integrated graphics). So, the MacBook Pro caught my eye. Mac OS X as of now, has Unix capabilities, which is a big plus for engineering, and with Leopard, it will be Unix compliant, an even greater plus. Oh, and I can run Windows Apps, which fits is the most important thing. Well, after lurking around here for a few days, I have noticed people with various problems in their laptop. I've read things from the famous bottom of the screen yellowing issue, airport problems, warped screens, ect. When I get my MacBook Pro, I don't want any of these problems. I figure this time, if I drop a little extra dough, I won't have to replace it after a year of use. Please, tell me I have nothing to worry about and that these incidents are pretty isolated. I plan on ordering the laptop either the day that Leopard is released or at the very end of the month. I can't wait any longer, as my current laptop is worrying me (I have already sent it in twice).