My mid 2010 has a cracked screen I think from when I squeeze it when I pick it up. I was going to repair it before sending it in for its final apple care visit, I wish I would have. I took it to the apple store to fix the battery, the button battery and the optical drive. Apple voided the applecare because of the cracked screen. I understand that. But when I got my mac back from the regional repair center the computer is completely dead. Before I sent it off I replaced my 1TB drive with the original drive. When it came back two of the battery screws were rattling around inside and one of the screws to the battery indicator logic board heat sync was loose. Did they switch out my logic board? Why would they undo these screws if they just looked at the cracked screen and decided not to do the repair? Anyhow I am getting 3.9V on one side of the power button pad on the logic board but nothing happens when I jump it. I have reset the SMC to no avail. I have replaced the battery which should come with an 80% charge. The green battery charge indicator on the side will not light up. I get a solid green light on my magsafe. Should I send her to someone to re-wave the board? Anybody know of a good company that does this task? I would buy a new computer but I edit video on this 17". If Apple continues not to offer a 17" I am afraid at some point I will have to learn how to use a PC and switch from FCP 7 to Adobe Premiere, yuck.