I brought my macbook to an apple store last month to get the logic board replaced because I was having random shutdowns. When I got it back it ran ok, no more shutdowns. What's bothering me is how it was put back together. The battery isn't flush with the bottom anymore, it sits in. There is a crack in the housing where the top half of the case is just above the ports where I can see inside, and the screen makes a creaking noise when I open it up. I was kinda irritated by all this but I figured that at least it worked, but now I went to upgrade the ram and I noticed that a screw was missing just behind the cover that goes over the ram slots. I realize I am being very picky but I did spend quite a bit and I would expect a little bit better quality. I have a gateway laptop that was a lot cheaper and fits together perfectly. So my question is, should I bring it back in and complain?