Hi, My Macbook Pro has been getting Kernel Panics almost daily, and I have already asked on the Apple community for advice. After researching around online, I have found that this was quite a common problem with others; and have been getting copy/pasted advice this is related to http://support.apple.com/kb/TS4088 with "the Edsel of Mac's";Macbook Pro's 2010 (which I have); and suggest to bring it to Apple Genius to run a 'special diagnostic' to see if it fails. If it does, Apple will replace the logic board. I am guessing that Apple is aware a wide batch of these Macbook Pro's have faulty logic board installed from the beginning? Can someone clarify what this issue is about? What is the 'special diagnose'? Has Apple made an official statement regarding these Macbooks? From other replies, it seems if the macbook falls under this category (fails the special diagnose); Apple will replace the logic board for free within the 3 years of purchase; even if you don't have the extended AppleCare? I am located in a country with official apple stores or geniuses; are Apple authorised repairers aware of this problem?