Hey everyone. Argh. I went into the Apple store today to talk to a 'genius'. I have what I thought was a dead pixel cluster (small permanently white dot near the centre of my screen). It turns out that it's actually a 'micro fracture', and I have more than one. Apparently this happens sometimes due to the screen being flush with the main body of the retina macbook when it is closed. Small particles might cause the fracture. Also, to my horror the 'genius' said it is considered 'accidental damage' and is not covered by the warranty a new screen will cost me £530. Considering this is a quarter of the cost of the entire machine, I'm not very happy about this! I'm wondering what to do here. I want to escalate this with Apple because I feel like the design of such an expensive piece of equipment should withstand practical every day use. I treat my macbook very carefully I barely take it out of the house and have certainly not had an 'accident'. Very annoyed about this as I feel like I've done nothing wrong and now I have a damaged machine. Has anyone else had this, and do you think I have a case to complain about it? Thanks.