Looking for some input on the 13" Macbook Pro with Retina display that I just bought this week. I have never owned one of these before, and have been wondering about some different cases and whether or not they'll scratch its surface. I was originally going to go with an Incipio Feather, but after reading a lot of things online about how hard cases like that tend to scratch your computer by trapping debris underneath, I decided against it. I do not want to have to pop the case off every month to clean things out of it--I know from experience that doing that too much can ALSO scratch surfaces. I ended up going with a sleeve instead, specifically the Snugg sleeve listed here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DN6TSVA?&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00 So far, I 100% love this sleeve. It fits my Macbook perfectly, and allows me to avoid any plastic hard cases that could damage my computer. However, I do wonder if the Macbook is proned to scratching from sliding in and out of a sleeve. The interior of it is Nubuck leather which is kind of like suede and seems very soft. I can't imagine a fiber like that can scratch metal, but as I said, I'm inexperienced as a Macbook Pro owner. I really want to keep this thing looking nice. Anyone have any experience with this particular sleeve long term? Does it scuff up the Macbook over time? Out of hundreds of buyers on Amazon, I only see one person saying that the case scuffed up their computer.