I've had my Macbook since August 2006 and I've recently started using an Apple bluetooth keyboard with external screen setup. My Macbook has previously had some bluetooth connection issues but since I hardly ever required it, it didn't bother me. Recently I've had dropped connections frequently so I took it to get fixed, and the geniuses quickly replaced the bluetooth card and sent me away. Now this is where its gets to the frustrating part, within an hour of getting home and using it, the bluetooth's playing up again. This isn't my first issue. I've had issues with it sleeping (for which I think they replaced the logic board and the magnets in the lid), the chipped palmrest issue (for which they replaced the upper casing), a dying battery (which they replaced), and I'm sure one more issue. All in all, quite a few repairs I'm glad I bought Applecare for. However, this is getting a bit silly now, I want a Mac that just works, cause when it does, I'm very happy, so: 1) Do you think it's fair for me to go in the next time and ask them about replacing my laptop entirely, which I've heard they do after frequent repairs? (Bear in mind that its got to the point where it almost makes financial sense for Apple to just give me a replacement machine, so its not a wholly selfish request) 2) And how should I go about it?; do I come straight out with it and hope for the best, or see what they need to replace next (they said logic board again if the bluetooth didn't work), then pose this as an alternative.