I just received my brand new 15" PowerBook (ordered it last Thursday). When I took it out of the packaging, I noticed that there is a noticeable "gap" between the plastic trim on the front right of the laptop (just above SuperDrive slot) and the metal chassis. (see attached photo). The left hand side does not have the same gap, i.e. the trim sits nice and flush with the bottom metal chassis of the PowerBook. When I press down on the right hand palm-rest the gap seems to get smaller (I can also see the SuperDrive assembly move down slightly..). This can't be normal? Should I ask Apple for a replacement? This was a "built to order" PB, i.e. 100GB drive and 128MB VRAM, so can I simply take it to my local Apple Store or should I ship it back to Apple? Also, I noticed that the PB's LCD display has 2-3 dead blue pixels in the upper right hand corner (in a small cluster). Will Apple replace/fix this as well?