ok so I love my Macbook (it's a mid 2007 black model) but I seem to have problem after problem with it. As I recall, so far I've had my logic board replaced, hard drive replaced twice, battery replaced twice, a warped case that stopped the cds/dvds from ejecting, a faulty charger, and all of this in less than 2 years! Now I have a screen flickering issue thats beginning to become very troublesome and also my camera is not being recognized. From what I've been reading online the flicker issue it probably due to a faulty inverter that can take up to 2 weeks to replace! As a student, that relies on his computer daily to do his school work and take care of other daily tasks I don't know what else I should or can do. I've always been known as one that takes care of all of his electronic devices yet I can't seem to avoid these issues. I am thankful that I purchased Apple Care when I first got my laptop and so far (crosses fingers) tech support has taken care of me. But what's going to happen once my Apple Care runs out? Will I be stuck having to pay to fix these problems constantly or be forced to replace my laptop with money I already don't have? Is it normal for these devices to have so many issues? I would just like to have the peace of mind knowing that when I need to do a school project, write a program, or just do some research my MacBook is going to be there for me and serve its purpose. I will be making my appointment for the Boca Raton Apple store shortly for my current issues, earlier today there were no available times. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it's not the problem I think it is... What would be your recommendation for me at this point? What can I do to ensure that these problems don't continue? At what point is my Macbook considered a lemon and considered for a replacement?