Ok, I've had my spankingly gorgeous new 2.4Ghz Unibody MacBookPro Unibody for a couple of weeks, but a few days ago I saw light hitting the chassis at a slightly different angle to normal, highlighting a substantial dint below the keyboard and to the right. I now see this dint every time, and its a bit disheartening. Its suspiciously looks to be located in the exact same location my thumb has been placed whenever I've picked it up with only my right hand. Nothing else could have caused this, as I have treated it with utter most care, as with anything brand new. I thought the Unibody was supposed to really strong? Can't it even survive a one handed pickup with maybe 30% of its weight on a single thumb pressure point? My old plastic MacBook was like a tank compared to this flimsy aluminum, I even accidentally dropped it on the corner once and saw very little damage. Has this happened to anybody else? I read about this guy tonight, which prompted my message. Does anybody have an clue as to whether Apple will fix this for me? It surely isn't right. The Mac was a gift so it isn't registered in my name, plus it was bought in the States, and I live in the UK. I already sense negative responses!