Hello All, I have a Mid 2014 15in Macbook Pro (2.8 GHz Intel Core i7, 512GB, 16GB, 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M) and my battery is starting to the bite the dust. I have been getting the service battery message. Which is not surprising, since coconutBattery shows my battery at 77.3% capacity with 993 load cycles. I contacted Apple Care (I have no Apple stores in my area. They are 5+ hours away) and they are wanting $650 to replace the battery. Even though Apple's website shows $199. https://support.apple.com/mac/repair/service Apparently since the way the 2014s were designed, they have to replace the whole top case. Which is why the price is so high... And that is what is tearing me apart. This Macbook Pro does everything I want it to do still and I spent around $3,000 buying it 4 years ago. At this moment in my life I would rather not spend around $4,000 on a new maxed out equivalent Macbook Pro. But is it worth dumping $650 in a 4 year old Macbook Pro that could crap out in a month? I have also noticed lately when using the integrated graphics that when I am playing videos it will freeze for a second on a frame and then when I move the mouse the video catches up. If I turn off graphics switching, the freezing does not happen. It almost seems like the integrated graphics is starting to have issues. Has anyone had any experience with sending in their Mid 2014 for a battery replacement? Is there a possibility they will replace the logic board too? (Which might fix my video issue.) Is it worth putting the money into?