Hi, I just received a new Macbook the a few days ago and there are some slight defects with the case. To the left side of the monitor hinge the plastic of the base of the laptop is pulled in too far towards the grayer colored keyboard area. I've included a picture of this. It looks like a screw was tightened too much. In addition, on both sides of the laptop there is a slight gap between the white colored base and the gray keyboard panel. The gap is large enough that I can push the plastic down so the plastic meets. A creaking sound is made when I push the panel down. This laptop is only two days old. I already returned a refurbished macbook a few weeks ago because of major case warping above the large apple logo and a broken head phone jack. Everything works fine on this new macbook, the casing is just misaligned. I feel like a should return this laptop as well but I'm wondering if the exchange is going to be just as bad, if not worse. Should I just accept that the MacBooks have lots of case defects, or should I keep returning it until I get one that is put together properly?