Hi there, Have posted recently about my repair woes (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=815993): Just to summarise, faulty airport card, logged with AppleCare, took it into an Apple authorised service centre. They had it 20 days and replaced the airport, logic board and display. Got it back and it wasn't charging. Took it back in again. They had it 17 days and replaced the battery and MagSafe DC in board. Got it back and now the fans run at full speed, failed the Apple hardware test with the result indicating that the sensors on the logic board have failed. Also the backlight on the keyboard doesn't work. Called Apple last night and was on the phone for an hour. Advised that I felt that 37 days worth of repair on a unit and come back with new problems each time, and that is just over 6 months old and cost £1300 was completely unacceptable, to have to have a repair again would be adding insult to injury. I use my MBP for personal use and work and I can't afford to be without it for even longer. I said that I want a replacement. The customer service rep said they would prefer to have it repaired again, which I replied that I was not happy about that. She said that she'll investigate the matter and contact the service centre to verify what I have told them. She's going to contact me tomorrow to let me know the verdict. So if you have had a replacement what do you reckon their decision might be? I certainly think I have a valid case and haven't requested a replacement until after these 2 repairs. One of the main reasons I went for an Apple (aside from really liking OS X from using my mates), was the reputation they have for high build quality and excellent customer service. If I'm forced into having another repair then I'll certainly fell this is not the case and this will be my first and last Mac purchase. I'd really appreciate people's input who have had similar experiences. Thanks in advance.