I just had my battery replaced on my rMBP due to swelling (out of warranty). When I initially sent it in, they sent me a receipt listing $199 battery + $100 labor. The $100 labor charge wasn't mentioned to me and it isn't listed anywhere on the apple website (https://support.apple.com/mac/repair/service shows a flat rate cost of $199) I followed up on this and ultimately it was waived. I don't believe they ever intended to charge me the labor since the genius put in the notes to waive the charge from the beginning. But I'm wondering, is charging additional labor standard for battery replacement now? When I picked it up, I mentioned the apple webpage stating a $200 flat rate and he (a different tech) just said it was likely out of date. I think $200 is pretty costly but $300 seems excessive. So if you had your battery changed recently did you get charged labor?