Hi everyone I thought I would reach out to everyone here with the issue I'm having with my mid 2012 Macbook Pro. I have the 13 inch model with the 2.9 Ghz i7 and a 750GB HDD. I have owned this laptop just short of 2 years now and in the past few months I have noticed I am having a very serious issue. I realized that my MBP would freeze up whenever I pick up my laptop like when moving it from my lap to a desk while it is running. Now just so you know I am moving it gently so it has nothing to do with being aggressive with the laptop. Anyways I then realize that it only actually freezes when I lift it from the bottom of the case, basically directly under the keyboard right around where the RAM slots are inside the shell. Also when picking it up and this happens the screen flashes a strange almost static like image then the second I let go the weird pattern goes away. I am obviously very worried about this issue so I took it to the best Mac service places in my area called Mac Business Solutions. They had my laptop for a little while and confirmed my suspicions that it is the logic board causing all of this drama. I am debating on if I should get it repaired yet or if I should just be stuck to a desk for a while because the new logic board will cost $734.94 to be replaced. I am pretty certain that this is the issue but I was wondering if anyone else has had this issue and it turned out to be something else or if anyone on here thinks it could be something a little simpler? I just think it is absolutely insane to put almost $750 into an sub 2 year old laptop! Has anyone else seen this issue or can think of a better way to solve this issue ??