My MacBook is about to hit the bucket due showing more and more signs everyday that the logic board is going to die on me. I could have Apple fix and it would basically be brand new for $350, but they're going to stop supporting it starting November 1st and I can't get that much for it in time. Anyway, until the MacBook Air goes retina I'll be buying a Mac Mini 2,1 2GHz off of my friends for $300 at the end of next month. I don't mind the slight processor difference as it will still perform better than my dying MacBook, but I currently have 4GB (3GB usable) in my MacBook and would like to just switch the ram to the Mac Mini. I know there are ways to do this myself, but it would be easier if Apple did it for me. I think my friend told me when she it took into the Apple Store they wouldn't upgrade the ram for her. I'm hoping it's different if I take in the ram myself. It wouldn't make sense for them not to since according to this support document Apple even advices you to take it in as oppose to upgrading it yourself. Thoughts? EDIT: In case you guys question why I'm buying a Mac Mini when I have the iMac in my signature, well it's pretty much one massive paperweight due to a faulty ATI X1600 graphics card.