Can this be real? Just wanted to get the opinion of a person more in the "Know" than I am. For those who haven't heard the reports coming out, apparently there's a minor glitch in the first batch of Haswell chips that will be shipped where when you put your computer to sleep then wake it up, the devices connected to the USB don't wake up and you have to restart that device. At least that's how I'm understanding it http://www.guru3d.com/news_story/in...in_low_volume_until_usb_3_issue_is_fixed.html 1st- will this first batch include the rMBP, or are the desktops getting it first? 2nd-wouldn't you think that 3 months might be enough time to work this minor glitch out? 3rd-Why would Apple risk releasing the units with a glitch in the new, widely anticipated chip? Every little thing or glitch involved with a Apple product gets put under a microscope and gets blown way out of proportion, as in antennagate and the battery issues with the iPhone, why would Apple knowingly set themselves up to be mercilessly hammered in the media, then have to replace the chips or units sold when the next chips appear because the first batch machines will still be under warranty? Is this all about nothing?