Hi Guys, I received a new MBP earlier this year (the specs are in the signature) and I've noticed some issues recently 1. The display is not centered on the screen (slightly to the upper left corner). I've researched this issue on MR and it seems that it's an accepted issue that Apple won't do anything about unless you get really lucky and get a Genius on a good day. 2. When I close my MBP, the left side of the lid is not flush against the lower body while the right side is. So if I were to press down the lid on the left side it would bounce up and down, moving the right side with it. Apparently, this is also normal after some research ... 50/50 chance that they'll replace it. 3. I'm not sure if it's because of the certain notes in my songs or the speakers but my left speakers has some distortion/static to it when the volume is up more then 40% while the right speakers seem to be fine. However, whenever I'm using Hulu or youtube - turning it on max, I hear no distortion so it might just be some songs I play. I'm not sure if this is normal as I don't know anything about speakers. I know from the other threads that sometimes these issues are accepted as normal and common but a combination of these issues? I'm wondering if it's worth it to take my MBP to Apple for them to fix. As others have stated, sometimes they replace it with a new one where the issues remain or they'll fix it at the store but no improvement can be seen or they just won't do anything about it. Another note, I have OCD so I value the cleanliness of my MBP and it not being damaged in any way. I know that sooner or later it'll be damaged from use but I'm trying to delay that as much as possible - that being said, is it worth it to take to Apple? I think the only thing stopping me is the prospect of them not caring about those issues and that they might harm my MBP in various ways. Sooo ... what do you guys think? Does anyone have experience in this matter? Thanks in advance!