I have a 2007 MBP here at work. Ever since I got it, the damn batter doesn't stay charged when sleeping. Now, I realize there's this storing the computer's state in RAM thing. I've been on the phone with Apple and they can't figure anything out and want me to bring it in for diagnostics for $100. Basically, I charge the battery 100%. Put it to sleep, and the next morning the battery is at 30%. Is this "normal?" Seems pretty useless to me. I'd expect to be able to charge the laptop, stick it in a bag and be able to use it the next morning. This is actually the second battery for this laptop, the original one died. When working with Apple, they we did all the tricks to PRAM, etc, and had it boot in safe mode and let it sleep over night and it still lost charge. This is laptop is still covered under Apple Care. For the hell of it, I charged the batter and took it out. I'll see what it says on Monday. Any ideas?