Hey all, I was cleaning my MacBook's (2-day-old Mid 2015 15") keyboard when I noticed that a couple of keys have these small uneven "chips" on them, it's almost like paint where you leave a little dab and it dries and sticks out a little bit. I don't think they're "chips", it really seems as though the keys were painted and a tiny splotch was missed here and there. Hopefully this illustrates what I'm talking about. At first, I tried scratching it off with my fingernail, thinking it was a stuck piece of dirt or something, and when it wasn't coming off, I realized it was a part of the key. So I took a look at the entire keyboard, and there are a couple more keys where they aren't 100% smooth, there are again these tiny uneven places, not sure if they're "chips" (indents) or "blotches", they're very small, but I can feel them and see them if I look closely enough. Sure enough, my Late 2013" rMBP has a few keys with the same phenomenon. I baby these things, and since I just got the 15", I'm thinking it's something that's more or less on all keyboards. I don't think it's worth making a fuss about and trying to get swapped out for, especially since it seems virtually all MacBooks have this (based on my two-MacBook sample ), but I'm wondering if anyone has this on a few of their MacBook's keys, and if so, if it's ever evolved into anything worse over time. Thanks!