Lesson for others I learned the hard way. Bought a 13" rMBP at Best Buy on October 30, 2012. Had nothing but issues with the WiFi in it, anything more than 20' from an AP it was just about worthless. Had it in the Apple store on several occasions, parts replaced, never got better. It eventually got escalated to Executive Relations in Cupertino. After some discussions, and diagnostics tests it was determined it had a bad antenna in it and it was determined by them they would swap it for a new generation replacement. All in all the process went well. I was offered the choice of cross-shipping it or going into the store for a swap. I chose to go in the store. Thing is, I'm hardly short Apple hardware, and by this time I was using the late 2011 15" cMBP I also own. Given the nightmares popping up on thermal/fan issues on the new gen 13" rMBP's, I asked if I could simply swap it for other hardware I would use.. namely two Thunderbolt monitors. Was told no problem. Now, I'm already taking a bath for the $1999 I spent for it, vs the $1699 for the replacement which is what they'll credit me because of the price drop. I don't like it, but I can understand. They'll only process it as a "No receipt return" since it was purchased at Best Buy. Even though I had the original receipt with me. I let them process the sale, I pay the difference, and I leave the store. Day later I'm looking at the receipt, and I realize they didn't credit me $1699, they credited $1599. I go back to the store and Executive Relations and get a response from the store that says (quoted) "I did some research and found the answer to the discrepancy in price. The model of computer you brought in for a return was a 13" 2.5 Retina MBP, which is a previous generation model. We currently sell the 13" 2.6 Retina MBP for $1699. So the correct return price, without a receipt, at the current selling price, is $1599. Therefore your refund amount of $1678.95 is correct" So an additional $100 ding for the fact that I chose not to accept the $1699 replacement and instead pay more for something else. Yeah I know. Live and learn. Look at the receipt before leaving the store. Don't make the mistake I made guys. Essentially $400 loss for a machine I was never really able to use, they were never really able to fix, and I chose not to keep. Temptation is to return the monitors, knowing they'll have to ship back, pay to have checked, and sell for less in the refurb store.