Hi, I just got a new 2017 MacBook and definitely love it. It's so nice and light, quite a big difference compared to my 13 inch MacBook Pro I had before. Even though it's "only" two points less than the MacBook, it feels quite a bit lighter than that. But I noticed one thing that may just be a difference compared to my previous 2014 MacBook Pro 13". The screen hinge on the MacBook 12 is not lose, but it seems to have slight bit of play when you move the screen. I also noticed on the train that the screen tends to wobble a bit more than my old MacBook Pro. On my previous MacBook Pro, the screen just seemed higher with no play. If I remember correctly, I kind of observed the same thing on the display models at the Apple Store last week, but I will definitely go back to check again. Just wondering if anybody else has any more insight into that and noticed the same thing. Again, I don't think the hinge is lose in any way, it just seems that the MacBook 12 screen has a little more play and a bit higher tendency to wobble compared to the 13 inch MacBook Pro. Don't know if it's really an issue or I am just being paranoid about the new laptop.