Greetings all, I have a 2007 MacBook Pro 3,1 that's currently on its third battery... and it's going bad. I've had the battery replaced twice this year. This current battery, which I've had now since summer, has 62 loadcycles, and can hold 2922 of the original 5600 mAh. It gets down to about 25% of a charge, and then just shuts off. So... if I go back to the Genius Bar, I should probably get another battery.. so battery number four. I have AppleCare until October of 2010, however, I'm afraid that if I keep going through bad batteries (or if my laptop is somehow killing them), I'll eventually find myself with a bad battery, and out of AppleCare. What would be my best course of action at this point? Is it possible the laptop itself (charging mechanism, whatever) could be killing the batteries? I've never heard of someone going through as many batteries as this. Please advise.