So my 17" Unibody MBP arrived today.. No dead pixels.. everything was perfect except for one very tiny thing that doesn't make it worth returning.. there is a very very tiny microscopic chip in the unibody.. I would say its just from production during the unibody building process, not from shipping. Its on the top right near the corner where the unibody metal connects against the black bezel. You can't see it unless you're looking from above (when notebook is open) or stare deeply at it (when the notebook lid is closed). I deemed its not worth returning though, and im an extremely picky guy. I am just mentioning it because I was curious if anyone else has this same sort of microscopic-like chip anywhere in their Unibody? Aside from that everything went great.. I successfully installed the Seagate 500gb 7200RPM and this is my first time ever opening up a computer on my own and installing something. The hard drive does not vibrate and there is no noticeable sound in comparison to the 5400 RPM stock drive that was in my last year Penryn 17" MBP, which works flawlessly as well. One thing I would like to ask is, when i screwed the bottom back in, one or two screws didnt go in exactly the same way as I took them out, even though I put them in the same holes for sure. 8 of the 10 screws go below the surface, so when you rub your hand against the bottom you don't feel them (just like it was when received and bottom was not opened yet), but 2 of them you can somewhat feel.. meaning they didn't go completely below the surface like it originally came as.. but they are tight and not going to come out unless I unscrew it. Appearance wise it looks fine, just a texture feeling if your hand touches the bottom of the laptop you can feel those 2 screws a little. Is that okay and normal? I tried screwing and unscrewing it many times and got the same results. It doesn't bother me, but was just curious if its normal since its my first time installing. Thanks!