Hi all: My late 2006 MacBook Pro 15" (MA610LL) was sent for repairs two weeks ago. After two weeks of diagnostics (read "trial and error"), they decided to give me a replacement. Old MacBook Pro specs: http://support.apple.com/kb/SP24 The replacement that they are offering is the new 2.53 GHz model. Looking at Apple Store website, this is the entry level MacBook Pro while mine was, at the time of purchase, the higher end version. I am really glad that Apple is offering me a replacement. But I am wondering if it is the typical apple policy to match the specifications? Should I try to get a higher model? The main concern I have is that my old laptop had a dedicated 256MB graphics memory. Over the phone, the genius told me that the model they are offering me also has dedicated memory but their website differs. Also, is it at all possible to get a 13" model as a replacement?