G'day everyone After buying my MacBook Pro in March 2011, I'm seeming to have endless problems with the laptop. First of all the -Power adaptor failed, quickly replaced June 2011 -Power adaptor failed, replaced again August 2011 -Power Adaptor failed, replaced November 2011 -Power Adaptor failed, March 2012. This time (finally) the Guy at apple said if it happened again, they'd finally have a look -Power Adaptor failed, April 2012, a couple of weeks later, finally booked in for service, replaced MagSafe, Top case and Logic board (the last two just as precautions) -Left speaker problems, a couple of days later, Apple simply forgot to plug it back in -Crackling sound from inside laptop, August 2012, apple couldn't find what was causing it, they simply cleaned out the insides and gave it back, this fixed the problem... Temporarily, I took it back and they found a missing screw. - Dodgy Disk drive, November 2012, jammed and destroyed a new DVD, which I happened to get for my birthday... A day before - still Dodgy disk drive, the other day, jammed another DVD. (Well done for reading all that.) My question is that having a laptop bugged with so many issues, what would be the chance that if next time, something goes wrong, that (if I were to ask) they would replace the entire computer? It is still in the Apple store now getting the second disk drive fixed. Thanks for anything posted!