Hey everyone, I was at Best buy earlier today to check out a few of the Macbook and Macbook Pro's in person and could not help but overhear this man in his early 50's buying a 13 inch Macbook Pro. The problem I had was with the sales guy at Best buy talking his ear off about all the crap you need to purchase after the laptop such as pay us $40 more to optimize your new laptop, battery coverage for when the Macbook pro's goes out on you in one year six months, more warranty coverage you probably don't need. It will cost you $200 to change out the battery and another $200 to buy the new battery. All Best Buy salesmen words. So I am here to ask and discuss whether or not I am right or wrong to be upset at the Best Buy sales guy. Keep in mind we are in a Depression across the US and this is not the time to pay extra money you might not have for B S like this. Macbooks last time I checked do not need to be optimized overnight upon purchase nor do the batteries go out in 1 year 6 months. With Vista and PC's yeah I would probably agree but with Apple I do not. So I want to present this to the experts here. If I'm wrong I will man up and say I was wrong but I do think the guy at Best Buy took major advantage of the older customer. I take this personally because while he's sweet talking you, The sales guy is really legally stealing from you at the same time. My cousin has a 5 year old white Macbook that is still going strong with the same battery. I bought my iMac long time ago but I did not buy into all the crap they were selling me. I have Applecare for my iMac. On one hand I know it's there job to do this but on the other it's wrong.