I have a MacBook Pro 2.2ghz Santa Rosa that I purchased in September 2007. About 3 months in, my computer would often never awake from sleep mode; I would always have to cold boot. I took it to the genius bar, and they said they may need my computer for a week to get it fixed. Well, I'm a student and need my computer every day, so I can't do that. So, whatever, wasn't a big problem. Then, my battery was having issues. It wasn't lasting as long as it should. It was at 85% health after 2 months of use. I got that replaced instantly. The battery I have now is at about 70% health and 250 cycles. Battery lasts maybe 1.5 hours unused. I start running on reserve at about 24% life. A month ago, I tried burning a DVD (I probably only burned 1 other prior to this instance). The MacBook couldn't recognize the blank DVD. So, I tried another disk, another brand, and it didn't work. So I pretty much gave up on burning off this machine. My power cord also sucks. Sometimes, when I have it plugged in, the computer doesn't even recognize it. I have to unplug it and plug it back in for anything to work. Sometimes I will be playing a game in full screen, where I can't see the battery menu item, and my computer just shuts off. It's annoying. I did a completely fresh reinstall of leopard a few times to try getting rid of many of these problems. That's really it for the macbook pro, but I have also been having problems with the iPhone and Airport extreme. iPhone: had it replaced twice. When I was at a baseball game the other day, I had no service and the internet did not work. The couple next to me had iPhones and they were surfing without a problem. Airport: Whenever I plug an external drive into this thing, the light goes orange and my network goes out. Other than that, it works well. What do you guys think I should do? This is my first mac, and I've had so many problems already. I really don't want to go back to windows. Thinks emailing jobs will do anything? EDIT: I forgot the main reason for this post. Apple only provides boot camp software and drivers for windows vista 64 bit on 2008 and 2009 versions of the macbook pro. I mean, seriously, wth apple. My computer is fully capable of running 64bit.