When the unibody white Macbook was released in 2009, I read this description (which is still on the Macbook's webpage: http://www.apple.com/macbook/features.html ) "And the display is greener than ever: power efficient, free of harmful toxins such as mercury, and made of arsenic-free GLASS." Everyone knows that the Macbook's display is NOT made of glass, but rather, plastic. The edge-to-edge glass was one of the reasons I went Pro. Also, if you go to this page http://www.apple.com/macbook/ and click on the 360 view, you will clearly see the Macbook is pictured WITH edge-to-edge glass. You can see the reflections around the bezel. Anyway, I contacted Apple in 2009 and the representative didn't even know if the screen was glass or plastic. After 20 minutes of being on hold, the representative returned to inform me that the display was not glass, but plastic. I asked why it was advertised as glass and the answer was "I don't know". What is up with that? Was it intended to have edge-to-edge glass and at last minute they pulled it?