Hey guys/gals, I'm sorry this may be the wrong section but i'm not sure anywhere would be correct for this thread =o. Heres the situation: In December 2008 my 2.5 year old Toshiba laptop died, which sucked but it happend that I had some spare cash, so I went on the hunt for a new laptop. I went to PC world and was taking a look at the MBP's and they have two types on sale, both early 2008 penryn, one with the 256mb GFX card and the other with the 512mb GFX. The prices had been dropped drastically and I couldn't afford to pay for the new uMBP that had just come out and I urgently needed a laptop for going back to University. I decided on the 512mb GFX card MBP but upon trying to purchase it they realised they had made a mistake and had none in stock and would obviously not get any more. Knowing technology and how quickly things become out of date I wanted the better GFX card as this would be acting as my main machine at home and at university. I was about to walk away from the shop when the sales person called over the Apple specific Tech Guy, who told me that he works on all the Apple products and explained that the GFX card is definitely upgradable, and that it could definitely be done at some point in the future if needed. Upon hearing this I didn't quite believe him but he seemed so sure, which ended up with me buying the MBP with the 256mb GFX card. A few weeks ago I started to look into upgrading parts of my laptop, first RAM, secondly the HD and thirdly the GFX card, but on here and from Apple themselves I have been told replacing the GFX card is not possible. I'm pretty gutted really that its not upgradable(the GFX card) and I should of probably looked into it more but what am I supposed to believe if an Apple specific Tech Guy from PC World tells me its possible to do and isn't a problem? I'm now in a dodgy situation where I don't know how far to take this, because at the end of the day i've been miss-sold a product, which I would not of bought were it not for being told the GFX card was definitely upgradable. I feel like they've told me this just to secure the sale and get rid of the last Early 08 MBP they had in stock(which it was), and that they are just taking advantage of a customer with less knowledge about Macs. I've contacted PC worlds customer care line and they keep giving me different stories and putting me through to different lines where nothing comes of it. I've been told I do have a case for being miss-sold a product but they are basically saying to me "How can you prove the Tech Guy told you this??". I've also emailed their customer support line explaining my situation but have yet to recieve a reply, but was told on the phone the email address just goes through to the same people on the customer support phone line anyway. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can do? Sorry for the wall of text, but any help is appreciated! Cheers.