This suit is based on bad capacitors used in MANY manufacturers' PCs.
Generally, the bad caps were used in desktop units. The problem was resolved 4-5 years ago, and chances of bad caps in any newer machine are low. This problem could re-occur, however, as long as Far East suppliers continue to supply cheaply made components. Any one with unusual failures might want to check the system board components for any unusual appearing parts (if not under warranty). If a warranty system board replacement is done, a check of the old board should be done before the technician leaves.
A large problem with the way computers are built today is that there is no real quality control for the components. Years ago, the USA lost most all RAM chip manufacturing to the Far East. US manufacturers did extensive testing of all chips, while the East did little or no testing, being willing to replace faulty chips in the field; this was the cheaper route. In the last few years, fully half of the after-market RAM modules I have purchased were faulty, even from the so-called "quality" suppliers.
Everyone should read this. Especially those having problems with the Studio 15 line.