Goodday fellow macrumorers. This isn't a thread about the mooing problem. I pretty much think that's been universally established Now to the point. I recieved my macbook on the 2nd of August and am nearing the 14 day return period. My macbook is pretty awesome as it does not whine, get discolored or chipped, nor does it creak when I open it and doesn't get very hot. The highest temperature I saw when the cpu was working full force was 78 degrees. That being said, it does however, have the dreaded moo. My question to you guys is, is it worth it to return it just for the moo and hope to get a new flawless one?? Considering the fact that this machine was assembled anew in China and it still possesses the moo indicates apple has not done anything to get rid of the macbook problems. Right now I'm being more inclined towards keeping it for a fear if I return it I might get another one that gets discolored or whines or runs very hot, or possibly contain more than one of the above defects and still possess the moo! So, what are my chances of getting a macbook that has no problems? Should I risk it or just be content with the one I have? Thanks a lot to anyone who responds, Cheers!