Hey everyone, I'm posting this in hopes of someone here shedding some light or telling me I'm not crazy. My nice, relatively new (~9 month old) 15" Macbook Pro (Core2Duo, Nvidia/LED Display/OS10.4.11, everything factory -never opened) is having major issues with the screen. When it wakes from sleep sometimes it totally freaks out, the bottom 3/4 of the display get, um, freaky, like the picture stutters or gets replaced by a grey box, or the upper part gets mirrored oddly on the bottom, or lines come across the screen. I will try to attach a picture. This has just been going on for about a week. It seems to happen more frequently and last for a little longer each time. The only thing I can think of is that it started happening after I took the train home, though the MBP was in its Brenthaven case and on me at all times. I simply can't figure this out, its never been dropped or abused or come in contact with any moisture....?? Like I said, this is an intermittant problem, like it will occur for 1-2 minutes then the display will flash a bit, then it will be (apparently) fine for days. Also, it seems to stop if I rest my palms next to the trackpad though this could just be a coincidence. I have Applecare, will they believe me if I tell them this or show them pictures, even though I cannot seem to replicate the problem or predict it? I am starting to get worried since this is my only computer and I am a research student. Anyone help??