OK, so I realize that on forums you hear all the bad and none of the good, but these late 2008 MBP's seem like real duds in terms of quality control. Now I'm sure those of you that took the plunge and bought one of these machines will want to rationalize your purchases by claiming that you haven't (yet!) noticed defects but the fact is these laptops have the highest rate of defects of any Macbook in the past 2 years. This is understandable considering this is the first case redesign in 5 years but unfortunately I don't love Apple enough to be a quality control tester. Between the dead pixels, the loose battery packs, and the defective trackpads, this proves there is a reason to avoid revision A! I salute you brave souls who have made the leap of faith and gone for revision A, you're testing the waters so the rest of us can enjoy the future of the unibody models! thank you!!