I've had my MBP for 5 days now, and I've been mostly happy with it. But, a few issues are slightly annoying, and I'm not sure what to do. It if was just one of the issues, I wouldn't be too bothered. But, as there's a few, it's making it extra annoying:- 1. Backlight uneven at the top and bottom - eg. at start up with the grey/blue screens (and any solid colour really), a strip at the top and bottom of the screen is slightly whiter. 2. My "I" and Return keys are wonky (sort of sloping down to the right). 3. When the lid's closed, I can press on the left of it and it sort of rocks, making it not feel solid. This is because the lid isn't fully lined up with the palmrest. The right side doesn't flex or move at all. 4. My hard drive has a "tink tink tink" sound every few seconds, doesn't sound normal. 5. My trackpad button is slightly loose just at the right side - lightly touching it (not actually pressing it) makes it wobble. The left side is fine. 6. I've compared CPU usage in Logic with a friend's Mac Mini (slower processor, half my amount of RAM), and while on the same project/same settings, even though he has a lot more on his computer as it's not brand new, my CPU usage is quite a bit higher than his. Other friends have also done tests, and all expect me to be getting much better performance than them. 7. I've noticed a few dead pixels under extremely close inspection (hardly noticeable as they're so tiny, and they don't pose a problem, but they are there). I wouldn't usually bother so much about such minor things, but all these things have added up to mean that I'm slightly regretting the £1500 (~$3000) I've spent on the MBP, and more so when spending half as much on the MBP as the the equivalent MacBook, so I'd expect issues like this to be non-existant (particularly the backlight and lid issues) when paying such a premium. I'm still well within the 14-day return period, so I could return it, but I'd have to pay the £60 transport charge. Do you think I'd be within my rights to return it as "faulty" (thereby not being liable for the transportation charges), for the small issues above? Of course, with the new MBP just around the corner, that's what's also pushing me to return it even more. Any advice? PS. What I do like though is the keyboard - I know others have said they don't like it, but while it's a bit slower and more spongey than the new aluminium keyboard I have, I enjoy typing on it more! But, I'm guessing the new MBPs will have the same black (or maybe silver) keyboard that the MacBook Air has. It would make sense for Apple to produce the same keyboards for all ranges.