It has been almost two weeks since my MacBook Pro went in for repair. I've been told that the logic board, battery, microphone, speakers, "cable" (that's all I was told), memory, iSight, and some other things I can't remember have been replaced. Now they're waiting on an airport card to replace that. Not only am I behind on projects without my laptop, but I don't think I'd feel comfortable using this thing for work anymore. Had I not kept a backup of my system, I'd have been screwed. Is it even appropriate to ask for a replacement at this point? My iBook was replaced with a Macbook years ago, but that was after three failed repairs. I really don't want to go through that again and be without my notebook for ~2 months. For the record, this is a 2010 17" i5 model that was purchased at the end of June.