Last week Wednesday I took my uMBP in for a loose battery cover and screen hinge, and a failing ethernet port. It might be worth mentioning that this is the second time in a month that it has been in for a fried ethernet port. They shipped it out and replaced the logicboard and all was fine and dandy a few days later. Well this time seems to be a different story. The genius, who was very rude, just wanted to order a new battery cover and ignore the screen hinge issue until I told him about the ethernet port. He said he was going to do me a favor by mentioning the loose battery cover/screen hinge in the write-up for the ethernet port. I walked out of the store fairly dissapointed that I would have to be without my MBP for another few days. I half expected the computer to be just replaced on the spot. Oh well, I figured I'd have it back by the end of the weekend. I anxiously kept checking the repair status online and all I got was "Product Shipment Pending." I figured it was no biggie and that my computer was already shipped out. Well days passed without the status changing so I called AppleCare yesterday morning. The lady was very nice and assured me that my computer was already repaired and was ready to be shipped back fairly soon, the status had just been forgotten to be updated. I'm a little annoyed because I checked the status once again today and it was finally updated. It appears that the Apple store shipped my computer out JUST yesterday after I called because the repair center got my computer today. (See pic attached) Is this something worth being upset about? I mean my $3000 MBP had been sitting in an Apple store for five days, doing absolutely nothing, all the while I've been stuck using my iPhone and borrowing my dad's laptop. I've had a large amount of school work and having my own computer would have been just great. I find it ridiculous.