Anyone else questioning the quality of the Intel MacBooks? I manage a few thousand Macs of all flavors, including 600 first gen MacBooks. To date, after 18 months, here are our warranty rates: Discrete MacBooks returned for warranty: 220 (37%) MacBooks with more than 1 warranty repair: 96 (17%) Battery Warranty Claims: 84 (14%) We are quickly approaching almost 400 total warranty claims. Needless to say, this has cost my company an incredible amount of money in labor costs. Our techs do the initial diagnosis and transport the warranty computers to the local Apple warranty shop. The most prevalent issue is the discoloration of the case, but we have had to replace the case several times, so Apple apparently has not fixed the manufacturing defect with the white cases. We have also had many logic boards, hard drives and CD drives fail. In the old days, you had to finally decide to throw out the Mac's after 8-10 years because they just would not die. Now, they are dying constantly. Anyone else with large installations seeing this trend?