I got a new mbp in December 2010 and just a few weeks ago I had to bring it in because of camera issues. They discovered it was a hardware issue and said they would replace the display and logic board to fix it. I got it back, and they said the new display fixed the problem so they didn't replace the logic board. Well, ever since I got it back I had been having problems with my mouse connecting, and the airport messing up, so I took it back a few days ago after airport stopped working completely. The guy told me it wasnt a hardware issue so he changed the network location and prompted me to do an archive and install. I did that, and it still didn't solve the problem. In fact, it told me I had 400 hours worth of updates to install. But the airport cut off and that didn't happen needless to say. I took it back in and explained the problem and they said they would install a new airport card. They did this, handed it back and it now says no airport disk installed. So I gave it back to them at the store before I left and they said they would replace the display again, and install a new airport card at the same time, which is what I'm waiting on right now. As of now, in the past three weeks theyve done over $1000 of repairs to my mbp, and it is still having issues as you can tell. So my question is when would it be out of line to ask them to replace the machine? Prior to bringing it in there was no cosmetic issues what so ever, so Its not like i'm trying to look for a free hand out to repair a cosmetic defect. I just feel the repairs are getting out of hand and affecting the value of my machine.