I posted awhile back about my late 2008 MBP kernel panicking during install of Lion and then my battles to reinstall Lion. After a fresh install it continued kernel panicking and Apple told me to bring it to a store for servicing (somehow I still have Apple Care). On the day I was going to bring it in the 10.7.2 update came out and I installed that but it kept kernel panicking during install and eventually did it at such a time that the system once again would no longer boot. So I took it into the authorized service place in paperweight form and left them to fix it. They got Snow Leopard on it and said it passed a bunch of tests and seemed fine (they also tried to charge me for it despite me having AppleCare and Apple telling me to bring it in). I took it home and installed Lion and it kernel panicked almost immediately upon getting to the registration screen and rebooted. I rebooted and then checked for updates and it kernel panicked again while trying to install an update for iTunes. It seems to run the apple hardware test fine. I ran the comprehensive one over night on loop mode and it was still chugging away in the morning. Does anyone have any experience with a problem like this? Should I just call Apple again and see what they can do? I use the computer for school and it's aggravating having to reboot every 15-20 minutes. Cheers!