Hello everyone! I just purchased the 15'' i7 MacBook Pro (check my sig for specs) last week and I went through a little incident last night. This is my first Mac ever and I decided to listen to music on it through my headphones that came with the iPhone 2G. (Yes it has a mic on the headphones) I put the headphones into the correct hole and.... it seemed to be about 2 cm out of the MBP... so I applied a little bit of pressure and had the headphones click in to touch the aluminum. Audio worked great until... I decided to remove the headphones but it was very difficult because it felt like it was jammed in. I pull it out and I find that the white cover of the headphones (that holds the metal rings) disconnected. It was like superglue sliding off an object... now my iPhone headphones are ruined. The metal rings were still inside the MBP and I had to use my fingernails to get a good grip to pull it out. Is the MacBook Pro headphone hole like yours? I mean... I don't know if it was my headphones that were already worn out or if the MBP didn't need pressure.