I'm going to Best Buy tomorrow to get a Macbook, but I called and they said that they only have opened ones. Other Best Buy stores only have display models, there's no Apple Store around (I'm in Canada), and I can't order online because I'm moving out this week. I could send it to my apartment, but then I won't have my music or anything. I can open the box and turn it on before I buy it, and it's still covered by Applecare and Best Buy. I don't get my edu discount, but the open box discount is a better deal. I know that earlier Macbooks had a lot of problems. How can I make sure that the Macbook I buy isn't defective? What should I look for? They said that defective Macbooks are returned to the manufacturer, but their definition of defective might be different from mine. I'm buying a 1.83ghz white model. Thanks guys!