Hi, Hopefully this hasn't been addressed in previous posts but I couldn't locate. Sorry if I'm repeating previously asked questions. Am a switcher and just received delivery of my first Apple two weeks ago. MacBook Pro (2.33Ghz, 3GB RAM, 200Gb HD). Only problem is I've gotten about 7 or 8 kernal panics (I just found out the name for them today) since I got it. It was only after reading the MacRumors guide on kernal panics that i realised how serious they were , being a Windows user previously you kinda get used to random system crashes!! Obviously am a bit worried, Ireland (where I'm from!) being expensive means that i paid over 3500 for the laptop, and don't want something terrible to be wrong with it. Do have the full AppleCare Protection Plan and was on for a chat with those guys, but they didn't do a whole lot for me, got me to reboot the Power Management and they want me to pul out the RAM and check if its properly installed and that was pretty much it. Got the guys email address that I was talking to and sent him a copy of the error message I received but haven't heard anything back from them. So basically all i want is just a bit of info from you guys who'd know a whole lot more about what I should do i.e. should i just chill and it'll be ok, or should I kick up a whole lotta hell with apple, i.e. just bought this laptop yadda yadda yadda already crashing etc etc. Thanks for any info guys.