My friend has had a MacBook Pro for almost two years now, and the battery doesn't seem to hold a charge anymore. I doubt they have an AppleCare Warranty... so, my question is this: Should we send the MacBook to Apple? Or should I have a go at fixing it myself? My experience includes upgrading the RAM and HDDs in my Mac Pro... I'm guessing this might be a little more complicated. From what I can tell, Apple charges you $200(!) to replace the battery. Yikes. Alternatively, it would seem Amazon.com has Apple batteries on sale for around $50, though I am unsure if they ship to Canada. If anyone has a Canadian alternative, please let me know. I'm not sure what model the MacBook Pro is, but I'll make sure to ask them next time I see them. Thanks for your time.