I currently own a MacBook Pro 17" Early 2008 model. This was a replacement for the one that was stolen in Brussels. On Saturday 18th June sometime in the morning, while watching a video on Youtube, my machine just decided to freeze. The screen inverted, the speakers just kept replaying the same little sample in the buffer. Absolutely fantastic I think. I've been lucky with my machine, as I knew that not all MacBook Pro's built in early 2008 had the NVidia bumpgate issue. I phone Apple, and have booked an appointment with the Apple store in London. They will run a piece of software to test the machine if it fails. Fantastic. I know it's ********. I wouldn't have phoned the store otherwise. How many other readers of Macrumours have had this issue, and how has Apple treated you?