Hey guys, long time reader of macrumors but I didn't feel it appropriate to become a member as I was yet to indoctrinate myself into the cult of Mac. Well, after yet another malfunction of a PC something finally snapped within me and the next morning I went to the Apple store and purchased a MacBook Pro 15" which I have to say is a pure joy to use. I can finally listen to music at high volume without the hard drive going crazy and the music skipping, or watch a DVD with no pixellation or, again, the sound skipping. I just have two teensy weensy little qualms about it (as you can imagine after spending ~£1300 for it). First, My MBP seems afflicted with the peculiar phantom noise which occurs when the MBP is warmed up and pressure is applied on the bottom left of the MBP, next to the trackpad. It's not fiendishly annoying but it is rather galling that after stumping up a hefty wad of cash it should do such a thing but never mind. The next issue is that the battery seems to have gone through three cycles yet I've only just gotten it, and the first thing I did was, in order to calibrate it, let the MBP run out of battery completely and then wait a few hours whilst it was in sleep mode before charging it. It shows 99% yet says it's fully charged. Now, I'm in a bit of a quandary because as I understand it a refresh is imminent so what should I do: should I return this MBP because of the squeaking/battery issues and then wait for the refresh before purchasing a 2011 one or should I just exchange this MBP for one which doesn't squeak and just be happy with this one? As I said earlier I really like it, it's a fine machine and very well made. I like the dimensions, the feel of it, the divine weight, the multitouch trackpad, etc. But at the same time, as a poor student, I feel that I shouldn't have to put up with the peculiar noises/battery issues and that furthermore if an update is due soon anyway maybe I ought to wait for that? What do you guys think?