Hi, I just bought a 2.16 Ghz white Macbook, 2 GB RAM, 160 GB HD. It's quite lovely, but I have a few questions. The keyboard is pretty good, but the space bar feels very limp and it makes a noticeable squeaking sound when I press it. I called AppleCare and they told me to bring it in to a store. I called the store to ask if they could fix the key there or if they would have to send it in, and they weren't too friendly and told me there was no way to know. I don't want to drive over an hour to the store just to find they'll just mail it in which I could just as easily do myself--not that I want to mail in a computer after having had it only three days. Has anyone else noticed a squeaky space bar? I keep thinking I'll just put up with it, but I don't know that I'll be able to. Second question: the fan is coming on a lot! Is that normal? I'm using it on a flat, solid surface (a coffee table). Third the screen has lots of flecks on it already--and I have been so careful not to have food around it. I've washed my hands before using it because I heard how the palm rests can get stained, and there has never been food or drink on the same table. The only thing I can think that the flecks are from is that I have had a cough, and I know this is gross, but that I have inadvertently been coughing saliva onto the screen. That's the only thing I can think of. I am leery of cleaning it, and might wait till I happen to be in an Apple store and ask a genius to clean it. I have a lingering thought that the flecks might already have been there--there was no cling film on the screen--should there have been? There was a piece of styrofoam like wrap between the keyboard and screen to protect it--but nothing adhered to the screen--I just wanted to ask if that's normally how it comes out of the retail box....I know I'm a bit paranoid--but with the squeaky key and the screen somewhat inexplicably dirty I get nervous that my machine might not have been brand new. All right, I know that's a lot of complaining, but everything else is quite good! Oh I guess I have to gripe as well about not having a wide viewing angle--great head on--but hard to share with friends--I guess that's par for the course for glossy screens? It's my first glossy, so not sure.