The physical button on my Macbook Pro's trackpad is very sensitive - particularly on the right side but also on the left. It's so sensitive, that if I graze a finger over the ride side, it will register as a click, even when the button isn't actually pressed. This results in many things like accidental clicks that highlight things (and delete them if i type over it, often I don't notice until too late). Typing that paragraph, alone, resulting in 10 accidental clicks. In addition, when I do click (or when an 'accidental click' is registered), sometimes when I click off it doesn't register. This results in many problems when it comes to typing. including the stuff listed above. Some info: - Late 2006 Macbook Pro (aluminum case) - It is not under applecare warranty, so I don't want to bring it into a Genius bar. - I've taken it apart before to upgrade the hard drive and RAM, so if this can be fixed by replacing something than its no problem for me. - Happens at all computer temperatures, doesn't matter if the logic board/case is hot, warm, or cool. - This happened gradually, over the past couple of months. - It does NOT do this when I'm using a regular USB mouse, so it sounds like a hardware issue. Due to the nature of my job, I cannot bring along a mouse (no matter how small) to use. Things I've tried: Restarting Resetting PRAM and SMC' Ugh, this is really frustrating!! Can somebody please help??