I love my Macbook Pro, but ultimately it's a tool to me. As such, it has a terrible flaw. I can't stand the the sharp edge. Before you start telling me about how to be ergonomically correct, one should not rest his forearms on the edge. I know all about that. I have been programming for a long time and never suffer CTS, so I must be doing it right. I do wood working for a hobby, and I would always soften the edges of my creation if it's going to be touched by a human being. It's just feel better that way. I am sure Apple considered it, but decided not to for whatever reason. Personally, I think it's a terrible design flaw. Just like the iPhone designs, the old ones are so uncomfortable compared to the 6 with its soft edges. I looked at all the add ons solution, but found none that I like. So, I am contemplating going down the road of no return. The responses I have read to people who have done it included: ruin resales value, warranty, oxidation. I don't really care about resales value or warranty: this is a tool for for me and I would rather enjoy it while I have it. I am not one to put plastic on my couch. I don't think oxidation is a big deal either. I have aluminum boat in bay water and without anodization, they do wear out eventually over a couple of decades. I doubt that I will keep by MBP for that long, and in any case, I doubt that the sweat on my forearm is as corrosive as salt water. So oxidation is a non issue. So it comes down to doing it right. From my experience with wood working, it doesn't take much softening to make a huge different. If it were wood, all I have to do is run some may be 200-400 grit sand paper on the edge a few times and I am done. But anodized aluminum is much harder, so perhaps some filing and then buffing is required. Unlike wood, I don't want to touch the rest of the surface because that would leave visible mark that would be hard to blend in again. Any suggestion? I have an external Apple keyboard to practice on. Thanks.