So I've been testing the new MBP in stores for some time. There is one flaw that all new MBPs seem to have that the old ones don't have: 3 finger drag is bugged. Most of the time when I tried to drag with 3 fingers it would right click and move the cursor instead. Even if "tap to click" is off, meaning the trackpad shouldn't even register a right click because I didn't press hard enough. This probably only is a software problem, but I would like to ask those who already have the new MBP to test it and report here. Update 12/6: after receiving my own laptop and testing several others in shops and from buyers I can clearly say 3 finger drag is bugged. It's inconsistent enough to have made me stop using it. I am quite sure it is bugged due to palm rejection and I hope Apple is coming with a fix. I've tested the Magic Trackpad with my device and that works excellent. Update 12/10: There is a dead zone in the center of the trackpad. Start dragging in the center of the trackpad and it won't register 3 fingers. Start dragging in the corners and everything works fine, you can even drag through the center of the trackpad once you initiated the drag from the corners. Second update 12/10: Three finger drag works ALL THE TIME when you hold your fingers horizontally. When you hold your fingers vertically, you will notice a dead zone in the center of the trackpad. This is why some people don't seem to notice the problem. Third update 12/10: All gestures have a dead zone, but only when the gesture is initiated with your fingers placed perpendicular to the space bar.