Helo everyone, I have had my 17 inch MacBook Pro for almost one year. Ever since installing leopard 11 months ago the computer has experienced kernel panic issues on a daily basis. (However, I cannot prove leopard is the cause as it only started occurring several months after the installation, perhaps 10.5.2 is the culprit?) Anyways, I am on my fourth logic board (two were completely fried, one I demanded be replaced). The fourth (and current) logic board is no better. The computer is having two to three kernel panics per day, especially after waking from sleep, or after a bluetooth connection has been lost and then rediscovered (for example, when the mouse wakes up after being asleep for an hour.) I can no longer imagine that the logic board is at fault even though that's what they replace every time, perhaps the bluetooth module? The computer has also experienced a faulty optical drive and bottom casing (the latter of which is still waiting to be repaired.) Needless to say, I will be purchasing extended applecare soon (I still can) but I also sorely miss my iBook G4, and would still use it if it was suitable for my work (audio). What should I do? Does anybody else have this problem? Suggestions or should I just CCC the drive, swipe it, reinstall 10.5.1 and hope for the best? Here are my specs: MacBook Pro 17 Leopard 10.5.4 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4 GB 667 Ram 160 GB HD I do use a bluetooth keyboard and mouse on a regular basis which seems to drastically increase the number of kernel panics. Thanks in advance.