So I just got my MacBook Air (rev A) back from AppleCare after my hinge (like many others', apparently) decided to randomly bust itself. I was very pleased that when I took my MBA to the Apple Store, they didn't bat an eye about replacing the hinge (I'd heard horror stories about Apple denying the part was defective and calling the damage a user error, even with computers covered under warranty). But I was shocked when my package arrived today and the letter inside detailed the parts replaced. Keep in mind, the only thing wrong with my computer (as far as I could tell) was a broken hinge. Here's what they replaced: Antenna window Video Display Panel Camera Bottom Case Display Housing Clutch Clutch (two different part numbers) Bezel Top Case Logic Board !!! Seems like just about the only thing left intact was my hard drive! My computer is rather shiny and new (it had just had it's one year birthday, and I take good care of it but of course it showed a little wear) so that's pretty exciting, and the design of the hinge does seem a bit different. I was pretty shocked they replaced my logic board (the symptom was "camera issue"). Has anybody else sent their computer in for what they thought was a pretty minor adjustment and received basically a whole new computer back? Incidentally, this is the first computer on which I've bought Applecare, and the hinge broke literally DAYS after I hit the one year mark. Phwew!