One of the very rare occasions when I actually have a complaint about an Apple product (or at least an unresolved issue.) Behold: After several months of use, I've noticed that the aluminum finish on my Magic Mouse (near to where my thumb and ring finger rest) seems to be flaking off or otherwise corroding somehow. It's not a stain, as nothing I've tried will remove it. I also noticed some slight corrosion or flaking on the topmost line of the edge (the sharper edge) of the mouse where the aluminum housing meets top of the mouse. The damage is on both sides of the mouse in either case. Needless to say, I'm quite displeased. I take very good care of all my Apple hardware, I keep them spotless. I don't use any harsh, abrasive cleaners to keep them looking like new. My hands are usually clean - just as clean as any other user's hand. Maybe too clean. In this age of H1N1 and other various nasties floating around, hand-washing has been raised to almost obsessive levels. I assume the Magic Mouse's finish would be durable enough to withstand regular use. I wonder whether this has happened to anyone else. Pics below: http://img706.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=img2120b.jpg Thanks for your time.