So I ordered some RAM from Newegg and received it today. The only problem I had was removing 3 screws that were torqued very tight and I didn't want to strip them, so I stopped trying. I dropped by my Apple store here and asked if they could help, as they would have the exact spec tools to use. After a bouncing around of a few employees, I finally got to a Genius/Tech who told me that the new MBP RAM is not meant to be user upgradeable, since it is deeper inside and the logic board would be exposed during upgrade....short out....static....damage....warranty....design....can't help you...liablility....have to buy our RAM... You get the idea. I told her I have no problem doing these simple tasks with a static wrist bracelet, but she pretty much told me I was on my own if I did go ahead and pop in my own RAM. She then told me if I replaced the RAM myself, my warranty would be voided, and I was shocked. All previous MACS and PC's that I have owned, this has been one of the simplest and probably most encouraged user upgrade that companies let you perform. Well, in the end I just needed to get my RAM bumped up to 4GB so I went with what they had in store. It was $200, so it's not like a ton of money, but I haven't been able to find any definitive answers here with search on the validity of warranty voids with replacing RAM yourself. Seeing as how my manual illustrates upgrading RAM along with Apples website, I would be surprised if I was flat out lied to and will be contacting Apple if that is the case to voice my...pissedoffness. Anyone else run into this?