Hi guys, I have a Mid-2009 model MacBook Pro (2.26GHz Core 2 Duo, 4GB RAM, Nvidia 9400m), that I purchased in January 2010. I have the 3 year AppleCare extended warranty that runs out in about 9 months. Throughout the course of owning this laptop, I have had a multitude of issues with it. I am up to my 4th logic board, and have had my screen replaced, as well as my Airport and Bluetooth cards (which I am still having intermittent issues with), and my battery is saying "Condition: Replace Soon". When talking to my Service Technician (who works for the company Mac1), he mentioned the possibility of Apple replacing the whole machine. After a little looking around, I have come across quite a few stories of people having Apple replace their MacBooks with new models if they have had 3 major repairs done. What would be the best way to propose this to Apple (On the phone to Apple Care, In an Apple store etc.), and how would you recommend handling the conversation. Any tips? Thanks!