Any idea, will the new MacBook Pros employ these newly-fashonable "Pentolobular" style screws that make the machine 10,000 harder to get into? The MacBook Air uses them, and every new iPhone shipping now is using these screws. They are an odd, flower-star shape and require a very-hard to acquire "specialized" screwdriver in order to take these screws out. They are not Torx-5 security screws, they are different. I hear that MacFixIt sells a kit for undo-ing these screws, but it's a hack, it's a driver that will work, but it's not the correct driver for the pentolobular screw, with their kit you can still strip your screws. All the current MacBook Pros use standard Phillips 00 size screws, and older PowerBooks used Torx-8 screws, but the driver could be easily acquired for this work. I sure hope Apple doesn't use Pentolobular screws to make upgrades a hassle on the new MBP....I hope they stick with standard Phillips screws. But....it's a high possibility that we might see these odd-shaped screws on all new Macs, since they are the hardest screws in the market to hack, currently. Keep our fingers crossed!