MESSAGE TO "SEARCH THE FORUM FIRST" PEOPLE: I already have -- Let me preface this post by saying I love my MacBook. My first MacBook was Rev. 2 but plauged by 3 harddrives crashing. I then got a Rev. 3 model from Apple in June and it has served me very well. This has been my only problem, so far. I have used several methods of cleaning the screen. At first I just used a paper towel and purified water. I stopped using this sometime about a month ago when I found a spot in the middle of the screen that had had the sort-of shiny coating stripped from it: it was now extremely shiny. It wasn't noticable when the screen was on (unless I used my MB with low display brightness outside, which wasn't often.) Scared that my cleaning was the cause, I switched to iKlear Apple Polish. But, 2 weeks after purchasing that, I noticed a problem that was not as extreme of the same case in the top left corner - where a bit of finger-keyboard derived grease had been eariler. I though about calling Apple but decided against it - it might be my fault, after all. And now, today after my usual dayly cleaning, I discovered a small circle of worn-off coating right above the J key (when closed.) This was the location of some dust. My question is: am I just pressing to hard to get dirt off? Or is there a problem with the thickness/strength of the glossy coating on my screen? Anyone experience similar troubles? and will Apple repair it without charging me $700 (for free is what I want ) Thanks!