Hi all, I recently bought a MacBook Pro (mid 2012 13 inch) I set it up, upgraded the ram, got all my stuff on there and bam, I notice a small problem. The lid appears to be incorrectly aligned with the base. Let me explain.... When you close the lid of the MacBook, the lid does not sit flush with the edges of the base. It's about 1/2mm off to the left. This then creates an over-hang on the left, and a small gap on the right. It's very small but you don't need incredible vision to see this. It's basically just like if you close your MacBook and to lid (screen-part) is directly pushed 1/2mm to the left of the base. Now, I can live with this. And my MacBook is in the short time space of being eligible for a full refund, but is it truly worth it? Is it worth going through all that hassle of packing it up, waiting on the refund, purchasing another one, setting that up again.... Apple have told me that I am not eligible for a replacement as this problem does not affect the functioning of the MacBook (i.e The screen turns off when the lid is shut etc etc...) but they said if I wasn't happy that a full returns can be set up. I have since cancelled the returns but I am reconsidering. I still have some time. Let me know your thoughts and give me suggestions. Should I return it, or am I just too particular!? Thank you. - J.