Hi All, I got my iMac (late 2012, 27" base model + fusion drive 1tb) 4 weeks ago after 2 months of waiting for it. Today the sun finally came through the clouds a bit and when I opened the blinds to let the light in I caught two imperfections on my iMac I hand't noticed before. Now that I do, they drive me nuts, but, I wanted an honest and non-OCD (which I admit is a part of this problem) opinion from a few objective intelligent people. So, thats what I'm asking for. I included two pictures of the marks (a bump, and some kind in indentation I think), and I wanted some outside perspective on it. Keep in mind, they are small, were talking millimeters here, but they are visible, especially when the room is very lit. Without markings: http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/149/imacscuff1.jpg With markings: http://img255.imageshack.us/img255/7736/imacscuff2.jpg I have to admit, I'm really sad about these imperfections, but I also have enough selfknowledge to know I'm not your average guy. I'm a perfectionist (which is why I turn to Apple in the 1st place), but other then that, I expected a 2200,- computer to be flawless. (This is a ********* of money for a computer these days if you ask me). Here's the problem, besides these imperfections, the iMac is brilliant. Perfect even. Best screen I've seen (even my Air 2012 looks bad next to this one), and I'm looking for reasons not to return it. I know this sounds weird, but I'm already that attached to it. The point then becomes one of principle. And the fact that one day (a few years from now) I want to sell this iMac and I'll have to mention these marks which might drive the price down. So, essentially I'm looking for your opinion. This could be a life lesson for me, I could take it that way, which says: 'empbrace imperfection'. Life would be a lot easier , but thats the hardest thing to overcome for someone like me. Or, should I expect Apple products to be flawless and return it as a matter of principle? I'm leaning towards; take this as a lesson, but lets face it... thats is one expensive lesson then isn't it?