It all begins with my new MBP that I custom ordered on the 15th of October (1 day after the new release). It came to me with scratches and a loose battery cover right out of the box. I then set up a Cross-Ship RMA (So I would have something to work on. Also, I never though I would holding onto the charge for so long.) through Apple in which they simply had me order another one through the phone. That one was even worse when it came right out of the box. I then RMA'd it for a 3rd machine (sent it in and waited for another one without any new charges). That one came with a nice little dent right out of the box. RMA'd it for my 4th and final machine that came to me last week. (FINALLY ONE THAT ACTUALLY LOOKED NEW OUT OF THE BOX). At this point is has been well over a month since my initial purchase. I now proceeded to follow up on a return that I had set up weeks ago for the 1st machine (the one that I kept throughout the return process). I shipped it off at the end of the week and it got to Apple yesterday. I woke up this morning and found an email in my inbox stating that Apple had sent out another machine from China for me. My immediate thought was that they misinterpreted my return for another RMA. I called Apple and got a really nice sales person that actually went through my 10+ invoices and RMAs and returns for this case with his supervisor and determined that the refund had been cleared from Apple's side... so I am still waiting for Discover to finish holding it or whatever, but then I finally have my money back and have the one machine that I intended to order and receive new out of the box like it should be. So... after looking through all that stuff, they determined that the stray Macbook that I received an email with tracking info for this morning was still on its way. Obviously someone misinterpreted my extremely convoluted case file and sent another one ... or maybe they felt that I needed some compensation for the countless hours I spent talking to them about this wretched case? Anyway... the sales rep and his supervisor told me that they were not going to say anything about that stray MacBook to anyone because they felt that I deserved something for my crappy service from Apple and because they said there is no bill attached to the shipment whatsoever. They also said that they couldn't legally ask me to return it. Now, my mom, whose credit card the charges had been placed on for the second order (and who is thoroughly pissed at me and Apple for the crock that took place) is EXTREMELY WARY that if I keep this stray macbook, Apple will track me down in the future and put me in Jail or charge me, or something to that effect. Anyone have an experience similar to this? Any lawyers out there that can enlighten me as to any repercussions that might take place if I keep this stray MacBook? Can Apple legally go after me for an error on there part after all the crap that I have just gone through with them for the past month and a half? Post away please!