So I got a Macbook Air back in May of 2009. It was a refurb, rev A (80GB, 1.6GHz) for work. Immediately out of the box the display was ghosting. Going from black to any lighter color caused a ghosted image for a 1+ second before the ghosted image faded away. Bummer, but oh well. I used the warranty and the on campus Apple Service Center to fix the laptop. 2 days later I got it back, new screen, $0. Sweet. Last night I wanted to hook up my Android G1 to my Macbook Air via bluetooth. Turned on discovery mode for the G1, had my Air scan, and scan, and scan and scan and scan. Nothing. No bluetooth devices found. The G1 found my Macbook Pro, and Mac Mini, but not my Air. My Air didn't find my G1, or my Mini and Pro. Well wth. I work with computers doing repair and administration at my job, so I knew this was hardware. I knew the repair would be free, and that I just needed to walk about 1 minute from my office to get to the Apple service place, but still, I am bummed. My 2009 Mini and early 2008 Macbook Pro are ticking like clocks still, but my Air has already had 2 issues in 2 months, each requiring repair. I never paid for Apple Care on any of my personal Mac's, but after the experience with the Air, I might just have push and get it. Its just a bummer having issues like this. I am used to being able to solve most computer problems I have, whether it be hardware or software, so this whole 'sending it off to get it fixed' thing is strange to me. Is the build quality less on the Air in comparison to the rest of the Macbook line or have I just had some bad luck with it? Note that I don't know if bluetooth ever worked on this because I believe this is the first time I tried to pair a bluetooth device with the Air. On a higher note, dealing with the Apple Expert over the phone was a breeze. I made an online request, they called me, I told them I reinstalled the OS, and bluetooth still won't see devices in OS X and in Windows, and he made a ticket and said bring it in to the repair place. 5 minute phone call, at the most. Great dealing with their service people, spoke english (he was in the US after all), etc. I called Dell yesterday, and got transfered 3 times and each time I spoke to someone who didn't speak english well at all, and caused me to ask "what" after every statement they made. Apple support is top notch.