OK, took my MBP (bought last december) on a trip this past week and after 3 days or so of not using it, I tried to boot it up. power button = hear both drives spin up for a second, then nothing. battery shows all green lights when I press the button on it, so it should be full (I charged it for several hours before I tried to power it up) Plugged in the power supply and it would power up, but then sat at "apple logo + spinny thing" for 4 hours. I could get my bootcamp partition to load up but if I removed the charger, the system would just shut down HARD within 1 second. When I was within windows, I tried to check the OSX partition with MacDrive and it showed as "corrupted and unreadable" Got home today, booted off the Leopard install CD, ran disk utility, it took about 3 minutes before it showed the OSX partition but it was there. Repaired drive, repaired permissions, and it loaded up to Leopard just fine after that. But it still shuts down cold and fast if I pull the power plug. Right now, it shows "fully charged" coconutBattery shows "96% charged" and "82% battery capacity" (ugh) only shows FIVE loadcycles in 12 months (showed way more last time I ran it), and despite the charger being plugged in and green light on, it says charger is not connected and battery is not charging. Any ideas? I THINK i might have a couple days left in my warrantee. I hope.