On Sunday this week, the Macbook Air listed in my signature died peacefully, due to a sudden motherboard failure, one mother after the warranty expired (how convenient). So the next day, I walked into the Apple Store with in, resembling a pallbearer of sorts, carrying a beloved lost one. The Genius told me that hope could be restored and a motherboard could be fixed and the $280 repair fee would be waived, but it'll take 5 days to get done. Awesome, no biggie since not having it at all is no more of an inconvenience than having a completely dead computer. I just got it and I'm certain that they put a new keyboard and trackpad on it. They both certainly feel different. The keys don't seem to be as raised as I recall but who knows. I refuse to be "that guy" who goes to the Bar and complain about "this feels different than it did before". But whats most interesting is that they processor on the new motherboard is a 2.0 GHz i7, not an i5 like i had before. Is any of this customary? Anyone else have an experience like this one?