Hey Guys, So Ive been having many many issues with Kernel Panics for the past 5-6 months. For short for this thread, Ill refer to them as KP. So let me give you a bit of background history before I get started. I have a 2010 i5 2.4Ghz MacBook Pro. About 6 months ago I started getting kernel panics randomly. Eventually this started happening at least one or more times a week. I didnt think much of it though, so I never took it to Apple. I instead continued to use my MBP normally. While still getting KPs I even started upgrading the RAM and HDD. Keep in mind that I started getting KPs way before ever opening my MBP and upgrading the HDD and RAM. So around mid Dec 2010 I finally had enough and took it to Apple. They kept it for a few days and ran some tests on it but couldnt find a problem. Their advice was to put the stock RAM back in and do a clean install and see what happens. So I do a total clean install and put the stock RAM back in. I even reframe from putting any torrented software back on the clean install because I wasnt sure if that was causing the problem. Anyway, a week goes by and then I get 3 KPs within 1 hour (this is with the stock RAM) so I now know its not the RAM and I know its not the OS since I did a total clean install and still got KPs. Back to the Apple store I go. This is my 2nd visit. I tell the genius guy the issues that have been going on and I also pull up my console and make sure he looks at the logs because I dont think the last guy did. He sees the issue and talks to some other higher up guy. They ask me if I tried everything they told me to prior to the KPs and I said yes. They then agreed to replace my logic board. They took my MBP for a few days and when I got it back I thought all was well. Not even a week later I now get ANOTHER KP. So Im going to call the Apple store and make another appointment for Tuesday. What else can the problem be? This will be my 3rd time back to the Apple store since Dec 2010 for the same issue. I havent purchased Apple care for it yet but I plan to before the 1 year limited warranty is up. I have a few months left under the 1 yr limited warranty so I want to get this fixed a.s.a.p. Some people on these forums have told stories that if you continue to bring your mac in for non user related problems and it continues not to be fixed, they may replace your unit with a new one and consider your unit defective. Many people assumed that wouldnt be necessary in my case since they assumed that the problem was the logic board..but now that it clearly isnt the logic board, what will Apple most likely do next? What else could they possibly replace inside? By the way. Ive done some research and it appears that you must have quite a bit of issues with your Mac before Apple even considers giving you a replacement. Considering this is my third time taking it back for this issue and since Ive been very reasonable with them, How many more times must they fail with helping me before I get a new machine? This is the same store that I took my first ever Mac to when I noticed 1 dead pixel after 30 or more days. I spoke with the manager and he was nice enough to replace the whole machine. Not saying that will happen again w/ this Mac but their customer service is usually very helpful.