Okay I took my MBP in for a cracked trackpad and my bluetooth not working. The track pad was my fault, the BT was declared to be faulty and to be repaired for free under warranty. So I get a call from Apple today. The guy says in the course of replacing the BT and track pad the logic board had fried. So they put in a new logic board but still had issues. He didn't specify what the other issues were. So the deal the guy proposes is that I will get a completely new unit but should pay for the track pad part of the repair. After thinking about it, it sounds like the machine I got was pretty messed up and would have been completely replaced regardless of the track pad. Given that the whole top lid had to be replaced and the logic board was replaced according to the Apple guy and it still didn't work do you guys think they are justified in charging me for the track pad? Seems that if the track pad wasn't like that I would get a new machine anyway. Should I tell them to put the cracked track pad on to the new model and not pay? I will pay it but do you guys think I should plead my case here or am I making something out of nothing? Should I just be happy they didn't blame all the other stuff on me breaking the track pad and keep my mouth shut?