Hi all, Well this is my second subsequent post but it's not inside info, rather a solicitation for your advice. Today, after returning from my trip, I noticed my MacBook Pro wasn't charging properly even though it was plugged into the power socket. I checked my MBP and the power socket and all looked great, until I looked at the adapter. This is what I found : It was blowing smoke and was actually catching fire. I unplugged it immediately. Now I'm all worried and imagining the worst: What if I left it plugged in, walked away, and it caught fire on my floor, right on the carpet, thus setting my home ablaze. What am I supposed to do? Is there a class action lawsuit currently going on regarding this issue? I don't know if I should just give it to the Apple Store employees for a replacement because I'm sure Apple would rather destroy the evidence than have me keep it and maybe use it against them some day. BTW, I'm not eager for a lawsuit, in fact far from it. But this worries me and I have good reason to be pissed off. Thoughts? Simple swap-exchange-return ? Or get a new one and keep this as evidence, just in case?