I was just wondering how some people let go if something is wrong with your products such as cosmetic imperfections on your devices etc. For example I have had OCD since before I can remember and was officially diagnosed at 11. I have done BCT and have been on most of the medications to manage OCD. I hate clutter and have to have little to nothing in my room and around the house. I am obsessive about health, I wash my hands a ton, remove all body hair because I feel unclean with hair, but nothing bothers me more than imperfections in my technological gadgets. Every thing else doesn't take up much time at all but i'll find myself examining my iPhone 6 Plus for bends multiple times each and every day. I have a good job and I know 110% that this is extremely irrational. I know I can get a new phone in a year or two and it's just a phone. Apple isn't going to stop making them. I did the wobble test face down on my 6 plus and it wobbled but for the life of me I can't see any bend. I know this has been beaten to death completely and i'm not in any way shape or form blaming apple I just want to know if very slight warping is normal and i'm thinking even though I am within the one year standard warranty maybe having an imperfect device and living with it would be beneficial to me. I know if I keep giving into the OCD cycle of obsession>anxiey>compulsions>relief. the cycle is never going to end and i'll have to deal with it the rest of my life. So in conclusion i'm asking if slight warping is normal. I'm sure if I get a replacement after a while the same thing would happen. Again it doesn't affect the functionality at all and it looks completely straight. I don't understand why this bothers me at all when it is most certainly a first world problem and people are at war and starving yet it still drives me crazy. I'm not looking for any judgement i'd just highly appreciate people who may not have OCD but have something similar when it comes to technology gadgets and what if anything has helped them even if it's just something that helps a bit. Thank you.