Like everyone else on the same road, all of you lovely folk out there, since being introduced to Apple I've remained faithfully dedicated to their beautifully crafted, breathtaking and innovative products, or I was until yesterday evening when, for the first time in seven long years, I contemplated switching back to Windows. Since buying my Macbook Air in July, I've had a HD failure, a faulty screen hinge mechanism, a faulty WiFi card, a broken microphone and now, my keyboard seems to be faulty as keys are sporadically deciding to stop responding, most notably, the return (enter) key, which refuses to at all. I really don't know what to do at this point: It's going away tomorrow for it's umpteenth repair and I'm left lingering with the feeling that this will be it for the rest of it's lifespan, constantly having it break down on me when I need it most and thus having to go a week or two at a time, not to mention that I live a fair bit away from my nearest Apple store after moving. I'm not one to complain, I'm really not - I always defend Apple against the usual hoards of haters, but I feel helpless at this point and unable to even justify what I'm supporting, I splurged my savings on a beautiful machine that in turn has done nothing but let me down... So what I'm leading up to here is, as I slowly lose faith in Apple, would there be any point in me pursuing AppleCare for a replacement machine? I don't want an Air, anymore, I don't like them - I don't trust them. I'll take anything, even if it's lower-spec, so long as it's reasonable - but I don't even think they do that. I don't know, I need some advice. Help?