I had my MBP for nearly 90 days and am wondering whether I should invest in the Apple Care. My understanding is that even without it Apple will fix my computer within the first year if something malfunctions, and that the only thing I'd be missing during that year (if I don't purchase Apple Care now) is the complimentary telephone support. But what is the telephone support good for? Is this only a hotline for answering questions related to the product (mostly questions that can be answered by posting to this forum)? Or will I even have to pay some fee if the computer malfunctions and I call them to schedule a repair? One might argue that if I knew for sure that I'm going to have this computer for three years, I might as well invest into Apple Care right now. But what if I drop the laptop in a week and will have to pay for a new one with my own money? Will I then have wasted the $350 for Apple Care (as I might as well have waited 9 more months before purchasing it)? A reason why I'm a bit sceptical is that every time I call Apple they spend a minute trying to sell me Apple Care. Is this just because the people at Apple are good? Sorry if these questions can somehow be answered by browsing the legal part of the Apple site. I partly was lazy and partly thought the answers might be worth having on the Macrumors forum.