Hey all - I just got my 13" 2017 MBP and am loving it --- flawless keyboard, screen, snappy performance, etc... One item, however, is getting me a bit nervous - the hinge! I can open my MacBook with one hand and I feel tension until the screen is upright. Once the screen is at a 90-degree angle or above, it feels very rigid and doesn't wiggle. In fact, if I lift the laptop vertically with the screen directed to the floor, it also stays put. This all points to a solid hinge..... My concern happens, however, when I close the screen. Once I start pulling the screen down past 60 degrees, there is much less tension and the screen closes with minimal effort (tapping on the lid past 45 degrees keeps it moving down until it's closed). Is this normal behavior? Do the newer Macs just require less force to close? I'm so used to my older Macs with rigid hinges. Appreciate any inputs!