Hello everyone, I'm close to buying a Macbook Pro and with all the issues I've read about over the past couple of months, I'm worried that I'll get a bad one. Yeah, I realize that the majority of them are good, but I've read a bunch of posts here and on Apple support about defective machines. I suppose that a major defect is pretty easy to get replacement, but what about subtle issues like defective pixels or small dents? Does Apple charge a restocking fee if you aren't happy with the quality? I guess the primary reason I'm asking is that there are some of you who have done multiple returns for various reasons. Did Apple charge you a restocking fee? I'm a graphic designer and if I wind up buying a MBP that has a pixel out or yellow screen, it would drive me crazy. I would definitely have to return it even if it costs me a restocking fee. I suppose I could go to the store with cash in hand and tell them I want to buy a MBP without defects. Is that too much to ask? I'd hate to pay a couple hundred bucks just to open a box and return it.