I just got my new rMBP a few days ago in the mail and everything is perfect. I was one of the lucky ones to get a Samsung screen with no visible retention so far (besides a black screen on start up, I think the issue is the graphics switching). The only problem I have is that the bottom plate is not perfectly flushed around the vents like the rest of the plate is with the unibody. There's barely any creaking but I paid nearly 3 grand for this computer so I expect no mistakes; I know I sound like Hitler or something, but really. I really don't want to have to replace the entire computer because of the bottom plate not being flush with the vents (only like a millimeter out on both sides, especially the thunderbolt port side). Can they fix this issue just by reseating the bottom plate via unscrewing/retightening the screws? Or if it's not to spec, can't I just get a new bottom plate instead of replacing the machine? I was lucky enough to get a Sammy and I don't want to loose it I just want a perfect machine. ?