So I was using my macbook pro today. I've had it since September 27th 2007. This was money I saved up over a period of a year and a few months and bought it myself. Anyhow, I've never had any problems with the thing, other than a few software quirks here and there (things 97% of mbp users experience that eventually got fixed via software updates). I go to turn my MBP on in class and the ****er doesn't turn on. The actual machine boots up, but nothing comes on the screen. I try for hours and hours and hours, and it just won't work. I hear the chime and it doesn't boot. I tried a PRAM reset, and the chime is now louder (because PRAM resets volume levels and default configs and all of that stuff), but no dice. If I leave the computer like this for a few minutes, and touch the back of it, I can feel an intense heat coming from the inside. A heat so intense, it reminds me of touching a hot stove top. Is this my logic board? My first instinct thought it was my fans, since it gets pretty hot now (all of a sudden) but what does that have to do with the screen? I've heard that a fried logic board experiences the symptoms I mentioned above. Can anyone help?? Oh, by the way. I didn't purchase applecare because I think the whole idea of it is bogus, and you know what else is funny? I mentioned that i purchased the damn thing on Sept. 27th 2007. What's today's date? Sept. 29th 2008. Coincidence?