I thought I'd share my experience yesterday and look for some advice/insight... Just to preface my story, I have had my Macbook Pro for almost two years now and greatly enjoyed my switch to Apple. Despite the normal heat issues, my first display started to show issues a couple months after owning the laptop. A pixel would dim and surrounding pixels would follow the first one's lead, resulting in patches of dim pixels throughout the screen. I took it into the licensed Apple repair center at our school, where a tech looked at it and ordered a new screen for me. A couple months after the first failure, my screen started showing the same issues again. Pixels were become lighter/darker in the center of the screen, and patches were going out again. I brought the laptop in again and they decided to ship it to the repair depot. A month later (yes, a month) I had my laptop back with a new logic board and a new screen. As a student, being without a laptop for that long was extremely frustrating and I had to repeatedly bother them to expedite the repair just to have it done in a month. I am now going on my third failing screen and decided to take it to the Apple Store last night. I was met by a genius who insisted that the display issues were categorized as "accidental damage" and told me that putting too much pressure on the display will result in what I am seeing. He agreed to try and replace the screen again, even though the next guy might not. As a pretty frustrated customer, I expressed my concern about how I didn't believe that a fourth screen was going to solve any problems and was very unhappy with Apple Support in the past. With this, I asked about having the laptop replaced and he refused to consider that... stating that the screen issues were my fault and he didn't believe anything else was at fault besides the display. Is this typical of Apple? I don't think accusing your customers is a respectable way to deal with an issue. I am convinced my laptop is a lemon, and have already gone through over $2,000 in displays. I have had my laptop on a desk for the most part, and it travels in a case in my backpack when I move between home and campus. Should I take this up with someone else?