This could be THE BOMB during this MBP upgrade. The story. I was so excited to see the new MBP show up this morning on Apple's website and decided to buy one, the base model 2.4GHz with no upgrade. Went to the store, used my student discount to get the $200 off on the MBP and Apple Care, which also got a $110 discount. I thought that's sweet. It came out like $2200 after tax. Got home, unboxed it and fired it up. The set up went flawlessly, Airport connected to my WPA2 network with no issue at all. Software update found 2 appz and updated allright. Went for dinner. Came back to play with it a little more and get things setup. That's when I notice something's wrong, very wrong. Click on About This Mac. First thing I noticed is that it list 2.5GHz I thought may be I missed something. Went on Apple website to double check. And there it is, 2.5GHz is the high end model Next I check the HD, and it is indeed a 250GB, not the 200GB. Last, VRAM, 512MB So at this point I'm very sure this is not the base model. Check the serial # on the MBP and it doesn't match the one on the box My respond? Now my questions are: What could Apple do? (Hell no! I'm not taking it back! Not over my dead body!) It's not like I stole from them, they handed it to me! Apple is going to figure out when that poor guy out there who brought the 2.5GHz (with the serial# on the box match my MBP) but found out the MBP inside is only the base model (which will have the serial# matching my box, and my receipt). Then what would they do? Also should I go ahead and activate the Apple Care and attach it to my MBP? And would this be a one in a million chance? Or some more FUBAR down the road when ppl began to receive theri internet order and find the same situation, either lucky as me or mad as hell?