OK, last year (March 08) I purchased a barebone AMD kit that came with a MSI k9n4 SLI motherboard. I used it for a good year, but then, I started having some issues that pointed to a BIOS issue, so, using there(MSI's) live update program, I flashed the BIOS, it indicated successful, but upon reboot nothing happened (no POST) So I contacted MSI support and they sent me a replacement BIOS chip. Now the replacement chip was a different color then the on-board one, and once that one was placed in the board, I forgot about for a few months (I had a new board by this time), and when I went back to it, the same exact thing occurred (no POST), I re-contacted MSI support and they RMA'd the board (this cost almost $20 to UPS) back to them, and they supposedly sent me a fixed board, they never did exactly say what they would do, but I assumed that they would replace the whole board. However the 'replacement board' turned out to be the exact same board that I had sent to them, and they had reportedly 'fixed' the BIOS chip. Again it has sat in its box for 2 months (I did not have a CPU to test it with), and today, I was in need of it, so I spent the time to wire everything up, and mount it to the case, only to find out that it still will not POST!! Now needless to say I am rather po'd at MSI now! My question is: Should I continue to spend the time/effort to contact MSI support and make them replace the whole board with a brand new sealed retail box board, or should I demand something else from them?