Hey Guys, Been a long time since I've posted but I have a new issue with my 2.5 year old 13" Macbook Aluminum Unibody (5,1) (HOLY CRAP! 2.5 YEARS!). This morning I opened my Macbook that had been charging overnight and the battery icon was red and indicated that I need to replace it soon. While I have noticed the battery life has greatly diminished, I didn't realize it was so close to needing replaced. I normally get 2 hours max out of a full charge and it's been fine for how I use it. I just carry my adapter all the time with me. In the past year, I have drained the battery to empty quite a few times (that damn 1.5 hours of battery time gives you hardly any time to do anything. ) So my question is, does this look like a healthy battery for it's age and load cycle. I have AppleCare and would love it if I could take this in and have it somehow be considered a "Manufacturing defect" but I'm sure it won't be considering the age. Do these figures look in line with the age and cycle load of the battery?