I'm too lazy to find the link to my previous post detailing whats going wrong with my Mac. Basically, battery started to bulge and the case was coming apart above the IR sensor in the corner. Called Apple, arranged for the pickup. Got sent out to Flextronics (of course!) What happened? Well, system came back with a new battery (shocked!) and new top case. However, this is Flextronics. We all know what will happen here, right? The top case was still unsealed (and had a big greasy fingerprint on it) And the rest of the external casing was scratched. To top it off, the case on the left side and above the battery was now extremely weak. It pushed in with very little effort. To the point where it feels like it could break. I send an email to email@example.com because Ken Bell, the person who originally called me back, was a complete jerk. Nate Doss calls me back and basically takes over. Send the system back out. Flextronics gets it. They claim they see no difference between it now and how it originally came in. Of course And they are somehow unable to "reproduce the problems" with the case. Uh.. try pushing IN? Nate Doss agrees to have the casing replaced anyway. He wants to see pictures though. However, I'm keeping those pictures private in case this has to go farther than either myself or Apple would like it, to court. I am going to send him the video I made of the system showing how easily it can be pushed in. The sad thing is, I was starting to like Apple again. I still am and always will be disappointed by the lack of a dedicated graphics processor in the MacBook, but I was really liking OS X, despite the stability issues. But this really is getting out of hand. I'm going to have to make a remark about the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975 in the email where I send the video.