Hey all, I got my 1.6 rev A MBA a week ago and, in all honesty, it looks, feels and even smells brand new (yes, I've been breathing in that lovely 'fresh apple' smell). I was expecting some scratches or marks, or maybe for the keyboard to feel loose and used, or the trackpad to feel slightly slick from use... but no, it all seems brand new. The casing is immaculate inside and out, the keyboard is perfectly responsive (tactile to the touch and clicky when pressed) and the trackpad... well, it feels brand new. It arrived in the standard non-retail refurb box, but with sticky polystyrene covers on it and poly screen cover that suggested 'newness' (plus all the accessories etc were clearly brand new). CoconutBattery says the mac is 5 months old and has been through 4 load cycles, but this is exactly the number I've put it through so far. So, I'm almost wondering... are Apple selling a backlog of brand new 1st gen MBAs as refurbs? Maybe this is just incredibly wishful thinking on my part, but the AppleStore does seem to have an awful lot of 1st gen MBAs to sell off in the refurb store. Could they be clearing End-Of-Life stock? If not, I'm staggered at the quality of their refurbished units. Maybe I just got extremely lucky and bought one that someone returned almost immediately for whatever reason. Just interested in what other people might think, particularly those who have bought refurb MBAs recently.