Hi, First off, DAMN! I have replaced 3 MBP 2016 because of many different issues. So well, I did decide to buy the MacBook Pro Mid 2015 15" 16GB of ram 4 core i7 CPU instead. I was so happy and then when I did unbox the MBP 2015 I did notice that it's not standing flat on surfaces. I have tried it on many tables etc. and it's more or less wobbly, it do seem like the defect part is the bottom left corner. If I put some force on the bottom left corner and the right top corner it do get good for a little time, but when I have been closing the lid and then open the lid again after some time the issue is the same. If I take a A4 paper and trying to make it go under the rubber feet the paper can go under the bottom left feet I can feel the feet touching the paper but it can go under. The paper can't go under the rest of the feets. I can't have more then one A4 paper so it's not off by much, it's just a little. If I have the lid closed the paper can do under the left bottom feet and the right top feet. Also I can wobble the MBP more when the lid is closed. So, can I bee lucky that this is just the bottom plate that are not assembled right during the manufacturing process and that the AASP just need to unscrew it and then screw it back, or do they need to replace the hole computer? So I guess that I need to visit a AASP, I rather not, I do have warranty as I did purchase it today - but I don't want to bee without a computer. I guess that it's not a good idea to unscrew the bottom plate by my self either as I'll loose the warranty. Any chance that this 'll fix it self? When I type on the keyboard I can't feel it, but I guessing that I should take it too a repair anyway because if it get's any followup issues I and I have not fixed this they maybe are blaming me for it due to this issue.