OK, so I posted previously about receiving the wrong MacBook in the mail and informing Apple. Well, they said TNT would give me a ring to collect it and all I needed to do was put the returns number they emailed me on the package. TNT called and said they could come to pick it up 9-1 or 1-5. As I'm a student at and work at the local University I said I'm out all day, can you call after 6? They said no, only between 9-1 or 1-5. I said no can do, sorry. They then conceded they could pick it up from the University. I reluctantly said OK, arranged for the time between 1 and 5 and duly took the MacBook into Uni. I have no car, so I walked a mile into Uni with the MacBook and packaging. They then rang me up at 11, whilst I was in the middle of a lecture [I'm a part time student as well] and said they were ready to collect. Apparently they can't be on campus after 11. I told them they had said 1-5, so they'd have to come back then, as I was busy. They said they'd have a think about it and to leave it with them, they'd get back to me. I heard nothing for the next 24 hours and the next thing I know [today], I arrive into work and there's a TNT drivers note saying they'd tried to collect the item but I wasn't available. It informs me I have to ring TNT and rearrange delivery. Not likely! As far as I am concerned, Apple can have the damn MacBook, but they will have to do the running around. I'm not prepared to run up a phone bill trying to arrange pickup. If TNT want to collect it, they can do so when I'm available. Otherwise, they can go whistle. My question is, am I under any legal obligation [I live in the UK, not the US] to return this item? Is telling them they have to do the running fair? More importantly, can Apple eat me alive if I don't make the effort? Any advice, from a legal point of view, not just your opinion, would be helpful. Thanks.