So, I have a perfectly fine 2011 MBP non-retina 15" that I used all throughout law school. The applecare ended in July, and I use a macbook air now for my daily duties away from home. The macbook pro has been delegated to desktop duty for the past few months. Should I just go ahead and sell the MBP and buy a new machine (probably iMac or mac mini+new apple display)? or should I just keep pounding away with the MBP? I don't think I'd expect to get much more than ~$750-800 from the machine (2.0 quad i7 w/ 8 gigs and upgraded hdd), but I also know that I will have trouble getting $500 IF the logic board failure issue arises.