I recently sent in my unibody macbook for a extremely stiff and creaking display hinge. The macbook was shipped back to me within four days, and apparently had the entire screen assembly replaced. When I saw the repair report I was secretly hoping that the screen would be upgraded to the improved MBP screen. The replacement screen that I got is a total lemon: When closed, the screen assembly is now misaligned with the body of macbook (when looked from the side the screen is no longer flush to the body, with one side slightly protruding out and the other slightly indented). The "new" screen also has a very obvious dead pixel, and the iSight camera is total crap (even worse than the one found on my 2006 core duo macbook). It almost feels like a "refurbished" part that was rejected from another unibody macbook. I sent in the macbook for one problem, and it came back with three. Is it fair for me to ask them to take a look at/repair it once again?