So, let me first say this: yes, I have calibrated the battery more than once in the past week. My battery is a little over a year old, and it has only 118 cycles on it. It was purchased directly from Apple. I am running OS 10.6.6 on a 3.5-year-old 2.16 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 15" MBP. The problem is this: the charge indication menu [and what is exactly reflected in CoconutBattery (CB) and in iStat] is not correct. I know this because when I unplug my power cord, the battery status in the menu bar, CB, and iStat all say the battery is "charged", no matter how long I leave the power cord unplugged. Current charge in CB also does not change. When I plug the cord back in, the cord shows the orange "charging" light for an appropriate amount of time before turing green, and still no change in CBV, iStat, or menu bar. It's as if all data going to software is "frozen". The maximum charge and health numbers showing up in CB and iStat vary through time, although they are consistent with each other at any given time. The last time I calibrated, CB showed a maximum charge of 45xx and health of 81%. Now it is showing a max charge of 47xx and both a health of 85%. Load cycles number is constant unless I cycle, and then it adjust accordingly. When I log out and log back in, things seem to be appropriately synchronized (says "charged" only when actually charged), although the Max Charge numbers still don't seem right. Ideas?