Since the last MacBook Pro make-over a few years ago, all notebooks have adopted enlarged trackpads that leave no room between the bottom of the space bar and top of the trackpad (ie: the two were 15mm apart previously, now it's 4mm). Now I trained myself early on to type with all fingers, and that, necessarily and inevitably, leads to dragging thumbs. And when thumbs drag over an ultra-sensitive trackpad instead of those 15mm of aluminum frame...well, the carnage this does to my ability to type and work sanely is unspeakable. I am forever finding my curser bounding in all directions as I type. Trying to keep the hands and thumbs raised is as impossible as telling yourself to sit with your back straight (for more than 2 seconds). I have found no way to work around this. Nothing that covers a cm of trackpad at the top desensitizes the trackpad, and setting the trackpad to be as unreactive as possible raises other issues, but doesn't work either. I've gotten to the point where I find myself musing guiltily on the progress being made in the Hackintosh realm. Am I alone with this problem? Does anyone know a fix? If it's just me, does Apple have any reason to care? Thanks for any help, or for your indulgence.