I am the proud owner of a macbook pro (june 2007, 2,4 GHz), and this is a story of several problems. After approx. 2 months I got a yellow line on the display, the display was of course under warranty and was exchanged. After some time the health of the battery was decreasing very rapidly. It turned out to be a faulty one. Still exchanged under warranty. Last month the gpu died. After a lengthy call with applecare they gave me a casenumber, and the logicboard was exchanged for free. Now, since the logicboard is exchanged I have the same old problem with the battery, after 65 cycles it only has a health of 20%, but in practice has only power for approx. 10 minutes and the macbook pro shuts down abruptly without any warning. Applecare takes no more responsibility and tells me it is not a bad battery according to the serial number. Did someone have a similar experience with a macbook pro?