Today I received my 4th rMBP. I had returned 3 and reordered, this has been going on for more than a month now. Prior rMBPs had big display problems (LG screens), which is why I returned them. This one had a good display (surprisingly: LG), but ...: The packaging had smudge marks inside, the keyboard likewise, and the outer casing has rust colored scratch marks (which will not come off, it's not just dirt). Also a deep scratch across the Apple logo. This is disgusting (and would reduce the resale value significantly). Looks like a 10 year old rusty car, not like a brand new premium laptop. Judge for yourself: My theory: This is a refurb unit, which is why they applied higher quality standards to re-certify the functional components like the display. Great progress there, I hope the same standards will make it into the primary assembly and quality control procedures. Now, while bringing the electronics in good shape, the handling of the case and accessories during that procedure was done with pitchforks while eating pizza (paw prints on the keys). What's silly: I bought one of those keyboard protectors and a sticker to put on the back to keep the machine in pristine condition. Oh, the irony!!! Hmmm ... Right now I am so angry with Apple that I will just consider that $60 a write off, as I am not going to put in another order for the current gen rMBP, for sure.