I was in the Apple Store in Cherry Creek Mall in Denver, CO earlier today. They have had the MacBook Air since yesterday morning. They had four on display today. Two with solid state, two without. One of the computers without solid state was on a rotating rod in a window display with a cloth behind it decorated with clouds. A customer standing near the display thought the cloth was a solid wall and tried to lean on it. He crashed through the display tumbling the MacBook Air off of the four foot pedestal and landing on the laptop. Several Specialists and a Concierge jumped to the area and helped the man up and started cleaning up the mess. The MacBook Air was carried to the back out of sight immediately. I came back two hours later and the entire window display was rebuilt and intact. I asked an employee about the MacBook Air that had been involved. He told me it was back on the pedestal on display. Sure enough, the MacBook Air spinning on the rod had a small dent on the lower side of the screen but otherwise looked perfect and ran perfect. This was the MacBook Air without the Solid-State Drive in it. I didn't have a phone or camera with me so I was unable to take pictures, but I may have a chance to grab photos of it tomorrow. P.S. Sorry about the excessively long post.