My 15" powerbook 1.67ghz recently kicked the bucket after just under 3 years. I do have the Applecare protection plan and called Apple, the guy said that since my problem is that my computer will not recognize my charger at all, my problem is either the charger or the logic board. I have checked the charger out and it seems to be fine. Apple is sending me a box to send my laptop back for repairs. My question is will they repair things that I didn't complain about? I told the guy that I have been having strange power related problems for a while now, for example my battery life went from 3 hours to 15 minutes, literally over night. I am also starting to get a few dead pixels and strange white sploches on the lcd and there is a key broken on the keyboard. My protection plan expires next month. Do I need to include a note when I send it back asking them to please look at other things?