So I had the unibody macbook pro that caught fire a couple of weeks ago. Apple handled it very well and within 3 days I had a new macbook pro with a bumped cpu. So tonight, I was playing COD4 on my mac and I had headphones plugged in. I was gaming away then my computer shut itself off. I tried to pick it up but the bottom was so hot it burned my fingers. I left it to cool down for an hour or so then powered it back on. Nothing was damaged, but what the heck is going on with these? I was babying this computer to no end, after having my house almost torched from my first one. The first time I try to tax the gpu/cpu it shuts itself off? What should I do? Maybe I'll call Apple in the morning if they're not inundated with iPhone calls. This shouldn't happen to a $3000 computer. It shouldn't overheat to the point of shutting down unexpectedly without any sign. And I don't think its fair to blame me for having earphones in and not catching it sooner. I was playing a computer game...on a computer. I don't understand. I've been a loyal Apple fanboy for a long time now. Trouble is, if I want to switch, I'll have no where to go. I don't know a thing about HP's or Dells.