Hey guys, So this post is really just a "here's an interesting thing I noticed" thing - wonder if anyone has seen anything like this before? Background - I've had my iMac for a few years now and I love it. I decided that I liked the idea of having that kind of power/efficiency/usability in portable format, and since I don't have massive funds, I went on eBay to bid on various mid-2012 MacBook Pro's. I was successful in getting hold of one for a very reasonable price from a reputable seller (in really very good condition considering the age; very few scratches on the casing, no dents, one tiny hairline scratch on the screen, clean keyboard etc - although the optical drive sounds pretty dodge!). Here's where things get interesting - the machine is undoubtably a MacBook Pro, mid-2012; it has the spec you'd expect, the FW800 port, the correct product number and serial number, and OS X identifies it as such. Thing is though, the display bezel under the screen says "MacBook" and -not- "MacBook Pro"! Interesting, no? I don't plan on making a big thing about this with the seller - as I say, the machine is in great nick and from the two or three hours play I've had with it, runs perfectly. Just be interested to know what other people make of this!