I received my replacement MBP today. I got another glossy LG screen, it still flickered. I was quite upset, but I installed all the software updates, and afterwards, the flicker was gone! Great. But unfortunately, it's not all good news. When TNT delivered the computer I just signed the paper, I didn't notice the damage the package had suffered until afterwards. I noticed this: I still opened up the brown box, and inside, I found this: This is the corner where the computer is. This is inside the MBP box: It seems to have suffered quite a blow. I don't know what the hell they did with the package, but this can't really be acceptable, can it? The computer seems to be working fine, but I don't know what kind of damage has been done to it. It would really suck if the computer fails later on due to something that happened here (I'm not going to buy AppleCare). The first thing I noticed when I started the computer was that the SuperDrive didn't make the same sound it usually does. It made a really short sound (YouTube video of it starting up), instead of the usually longer one. It makes the same short sounds when I wake the computer from sleep, too. I tried a data DVD in it, and it seemed to work. Is there anyway to test if there's something wrong with the SuperDrive? Also, I seem to have a lot of trouble with Airport, something I didn't have with the old MBP. So what do I do about the way the MBP was delivered? Should I contact Apple and send them these pictures? Do I dare keep this computer? I'm going away on vacation soon, so I can't wait for another replacement. I wanted to bring the computer with me, but right now, I'm not so sure.