Hi A few days ago I posted in a thread related to MBP graphic issues the following post: --------------- I received my macbook pro 15 in mid-April. Following specs: 2.6GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7 16GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM Radeon Pro 450 with 2GB VRAM No issues for a couple of weeks while I was doing light stuff (small edits in lightroom, short clips in FCPX). Then (unfortunaly after the 14-day return window was over) I installed davinci resolve, which I knew is very heavy. I started to have system crashes every single time I was exporting a project. Macbook was becoming hot (I can expect that), vents running high (fine with that)....but then display started to flicker and system crashed. Did some tests, crashed whenever I was exporting from Resolve and one day it rebooted with thick vertical lines on my display. Rebooted is actually wrong because the system remained stucked after prompting for password. Went to an apple store and was told it was GPU failure. I was told they would order new logic board and that it would take 3 to 5 business days. Today (3rd day), I called for an update and was told the mac was sent to service center for further tests. Nice, so it was not the GPU? It has other issues? Who knows... Not bad for a month-old machine.... To be continued... --------------------------- Since what happened next is not related to graphic issues only, I thought about opening a new thread. In short, I was called on 1 June bacause my MBP had been repaired (new logic board) and was ready for pickup. At the apple store, I was ready to pick it up when I saw a scratch of about half inch next to the apple logo. They verified it was not there when I gave it to them and offered a free display replacement to be done in 24 hours at the store. On 2 June I got another call and was told they did replace the display but not the machine was not switching on and they were going to send to the service center for further work. I just checked online and it seems my macbook is still at the store, pending shipment to the center. I guess I will have it back sometime towards the end of next week. I called customer service asking if I could have a replacement in view of the problems and was told I "don't qualify yet". I just wanted to share what is becoming a very annoying experience with a customer service that does not seem to be able to fix problems in the right way. It's a month old computer and it has now been with apple for about 10 days... Cheers.