Hey guys, So I got my MacBook Pro Late 2011 serviced by the Genius Bar (they outsourced to Texas?) for a faulty logic board/battery that resulted in the computer not recognizing the battery. They also replaced my third party RAM. I'm was using 2x 8GB G.SKILL DDR3 1600MHz. On my Product Repair Summary they said my this RAM was causing "Kernel Panics" and replaced it with the stock 2x 4GB. I called bs because I never had a problem with my RAM so I put the 2x 8GB sticks back in and ran an Apple Hardware Test and Memtest. Both which said the memory was fine. Todays the last day I can return my memory. Are the technicians just being overly caution because it isn't Apple-certified RAM are should I return the sticks and get "Apple" ones?