I had my computer replaced by Apple in September/October 2010, a late '08 MBP bought at the end of November, 2008. I bought AC at the same time, which would've covered me until the end of November, 2011. So the machine was replaced with over a year's worth of AC remaining. Looking back, I paid $240 for the AC at the time (edu discount). If the AC extends the standard warranty by two years, I should've got over 120 bucks back, and even if the AC were for some reason split over three years, a prorated refund should've still netted me over $80. I'm going to call AC next week, but the money just showed up in my bank account five minutes ago and I'm a bit disappointed, as I was certain it would be more. FTR, the money should've been refunded long ago but it just never happened, and I only realized it last week and had to call AC to ask what the deal was. Shouldn't my refund be a good bit more? EDIT: Found this, but no replies: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=317167 If that's what they really do, that makes no sense, because they would have to determine a dollar value for each visit, which also means there would have to somehow be an apparent finite limit to how many times you can take your computer in. If they prorate based on times you've had to have your pile repaired, then it seems the calculations would have to be awfully arbitrary. Anyone shed light on this?