I got my MBP in the summer of 2008, and a few months ago I had some real troubles with video, to the point where every time I opened up a YouTube video the screen would flash and then the whole computer would crash. After a few times of this happening, the computer wouldn't even start up. I took it in to the Apple Store and they replaced a video card (or something along those lines.. sorry I'm not really a computer guy), because apparently this is a widespread problem in my generation of MBPs. This was maybe 3 months ago. Now I'm starting to have problems again. It hasn't crashed completely yet, but when I watch videos the bottom gets VERY hot, to the point of burning skin if it touches you, and if I try to scroll down a webpage while a video is playing, the browser crashes. So I can't go on YouTube at all, and if I click on a webpage that has embedded video, I'm pretty much screwed. It's pretty frustrating to say the least. My warranty ran out years ago, but the way I see it, I was sold a faulty machine from the start. Do you guys think there's any way that I could get a new machine from Apple because of this, without a warranty? Like I said, I would understand the whole warranty thing if there were no recorded incidents, but it's been widely reported that my batch of MBPs are faulty. I know if I ask them this at the genius bar, they'll just offer to do the fix that they did before -- the one that didn't work. And it'll just be an endless loop of being ok for a few months, then having to go in again. Thanks for any advice.