Hello all! I have a 2018 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Having issues with the keyboard. No surprise. I had it with my 2017 MBP, ever since the new butterfly keyboard was introduced. The problem I am having is duplicating presses when I hit the "e" key. I have been able to get it somewhat under control with the add-on of a program called Unshakey. So here is my question... My nearest Apple store is a bit of a trek. It would be a pain to make two round-trips to the store to drop-off and pick up my MacBook Pro for repair. Is Apple just fixing the current keyboard that you own, or, are they replacing the entire keyboard with the newest design introduced in this year's 2019 models? If it is the latter, it would probably be worth me making the trek. However, if all Apple is doing is attempting to fix the current keyboard on 2018 models then perhaps I should just live with the problem and let the Unshaky software do its job. Your thoughts?