So, i took my 4 month old 15" Macbook Pro i7 to one of my local Apple stores last week because the trackpad was acting wonky (which I now see a thread about indicating it's a software problem) and a screw wouldn't go in on the bottom case. They repaired this on Saturday, but said that after running diagnostics on it they found some "further problems". The tech wouldn't be specific, his explanation was that the diagnostic program didn't pinpoint the problem, and that it needed to be shipped to the repair center to have it fixed rather than him guess at what parts they needed to order in. So he asked for my permission to send it in. I reluctantly gave it to him, because I had no idea what the problems were and was afraid to use it much longer. He coudn't give me a case number for tracking purposes because he said he didn't do the paperwork yet. But that I could call back later for a reference number. I called back today (Sunday) and was told that they couldn't get a reference number for me, they had no way of accessing that info now. So I'm not real happy that I've been out my Macbook Pro since Friday morning when I took the machine in, and I'm looking at a few more days before I get it back. And I'm getting weird treatment from these Apple Store employees. I guess my question is does the service center that Apple ships their stuff to operate on Sundays? My computer supposedly shipped out Saturday at 3pm, and I'm assuming arrived today. I'm hoping they'll work on it Monday, send it out Tuesday and I'll get it Wednesday. But I'm so hoping it will be sooner. Being without it sucks big time, I feel like someone cut my arm off. I'm tempted to go buy a new one from the store and return it later when I finally get mine back.