I own a 2015 15" MBP, and in several places on the screen, the lamination is coming off in tiny circle-shaped splotches. It's nothing major, and when the computer is on, the screen is colorful and clear. Still very usable. My question is: is there a certain percentage of the screen that has to have a lamination problem before Apple will replace my screen at no cost? In my case, I would say, less than ten percent of my screen has a lamination problem, just little splotches here and there. The other ninety percent is perfect. But it appears that more and more of the screen is peeling away as time goes by, albeit very slowly. So if I take this thing into an Apple store and show them the problem, are they going to say that not enough of my screen is defective to qualify for a free replacement screen? Or will they replace it no matter how minor the lamination problem is? I kind of want to get this issue taken care of before it grows into something huge and the free replacement program is no longer available. Thanks all!