Having just bought a £1300 MBP (duty free) to replace my 2009 MBP I thought I would look at insurance. Dixons pushed me towards 'whatever happens' which I've had in the past, and it's been very useful replacing cameras etc, but I didn't want to be cajoled into getting something above the odds. Applecare was great on my 2009 MBP as the screen needed replacing after a few months, and it also covered my peripherals as my TC died too. I've looked at: applecare (£8,33/m) protectmybubble (15,99/m) gadget-cover.com/ (£1.49/m!! though only covers up to £1200) insurancetogo (7,67/m) and aside from costs, there seems to be little between them (though applecare is expensive - £200 for 2 yrs/£8.33 pcm - and doesn't cover accidental damage) Who would anyone here recommend?