I just don't understand it, every month or so I seem to get a hardware problem with my Macbook Pro 13" (Mid 2010 model). Every time, my local Apple store has repaired it each time. Obviously, it's good that Apple are repairing it every time for me, and have great service. But, the problem is, these problems keep on happening, and I just don't understand why. Let me explain a bit more: I seem to get a LOT of keyboard problems. First I had a problem with the caps lock not working, had bottom case and keyboard replaced. Then I had problems with keys sticking. Again, had both bottom case and keyboard replaced. And now, I have a faulty Ctrl key. Also had a problem with the microphone, had that replaced. Problem with the hinge, had whole top case replaced. Problem with the trackpad. Had trackpad replaced. Is it normal to be getting all these problems? Or have I got a faulty computer or something? Cos if I have, I don't understand why it would be, since every time they replace the whole casing as well as the keyboard and/or trackpad. I'm really at a loss of what to do, I'm fed up of having problems with it and if it wasn't for me getting Applecare, I would have given up on it a long time ago... It's not like I don't look after my mac, it very rarely leaves the house and I only use it sitting on my bed... I look after it well. Sorry, this thread is sort of a rant at Apple's servicing....Or is it just me? Am I just unlucky? Or is it common for this particular Mac to have problems?