Hello everyone. I am first time poster, long time viewer. I have a little situation that I'd like to get your thoughts on...so here goes. I bought a unibody macbook in October last year from the apple store, Sydney. At first I didn't notice but soon after the purchase I noticed it had a dead pixel on the left hand side. This didn't bother my operation of the computer that much it was more the fact that I had just paid a lot of money for a computer that has a fault. I wasn't sure what to do and a few months went by, but last week I had finally decided to take it into the genius bar and see what they say about it, being only 6 months old, should this happen to the computer so early in it's life? The genius was really helpful and offered to replace the screen straight away no question, which they did. All was fine there. One week later I got it back, got home opened it up to find a small speck of what looks like dust right in the centre of the screen. It was not black like the previous dead pixel but it was right where you look and when using the computer it was something that you wanted to brush off but couldn't and would forever be stuck under the glass. I couldn't believe that this repair came back to me with something wrong (small I know but I still thought I was entitled to a flawless product being bought new and all). I booked into the genius again and went along. Now here is the troublesome bit. It was of course a different genius who served and he basically said, straight off that apple has a pixel anomaly policy which entitles them to knock back any repair with under a certain amount of anomalies. I didn't know this existed and thought that if I bought a computer it would be in perfect condition, but in actual fact it could sport a dead pixel or two and they don't have to replace it. So he looks at this replacement screen, tells me that this speck of dust (or pixel anomaly) is not worthy of repair. I was a bit shocked that I have to now live with this forever. He explains that if it is dust I'll take it out the back and see if I can dislodge it or something. So he comes back after about 10min and explains that because I wasnt explained the pixel anomaly policy the first time, they will replace it again BUT this is a very exteme circumstance AND each time this happens you run the risk of the new one having another problem and that if the new one comes back with a worse problem I am stuck, I have to live with it, no more support. I am really shocked that when buying a new laptop, its like a lucky dip. You get home, open it up and it could be ok or it could be faulty. They will most probably replace it fine but it appears they may only replace it once. It the repair is faulty too, thats it. So I apologise for such a long post but I guess my question after all of this, just to help put my mind at rest is: From experience, does anyone know what the chances are of this latest repair coming back with either a pixel anomaly or dust under the glass? I get it back in about 1 week and if it has something wrong with the screen I dont know what to do live with it I guess. Cheers.