So I bought a top of the line Unibody MBP from Amazon on May 22nd (just before the refresh). Paid $2,446.98 for it. Yesterday I was having issues with the display, so I made an appointment to see the genius today. After discovering a hardware issue, the genius said he would just replace it with the newest gen Macbook Pro, since repairing it would take a long time (no logic boards in stock). He did mention that they don't normally do this if you buy from somewhere else (as I did from Amazon.com) but he would do the in-store replacement anyway. My concern is this...I paid $2,446.98 just 29 days ago. Now they are giving me a model that costs $2,299. The genius made a point to say "the newest gen is definitely an upgrade," possibly laying groundwork in case I point out the pricing difference. While I don't disagree that it's an upgrade, I am losing a replaceable battery and expresscard slot. Not to mention AAPL lowered the price on the latest gen. Should I: 1. Request a refund for the difference ($147.98) 2. Request a 17-inch model (mmmmm) and offer to pay the difference ($52.02) 3. Suck it up and be happy they are helping me Please help. While I am happy they are addressing the issue on my 29 day old Macbook, I do feel like the Apple store is taking advantage of me b/c of the pricing discrepancy. I'd really like to get the 17" version but feel like they will tell me to get lost because I bought it from Amazon (which IS an authorized reseller...). I go back at 4pm EST today - Thanks.