I consider myself to be a pretty easy going guy. I have simple tastes, and I'm easy to please. I walked into the Apple Store a day or two before Christmas Eve, and there was quite a line, which is understandable given the time of year. I got in que, and thirty minutes later, I was being helped. First, I asked if the Apple Store would price match Micro Center, and was told no. When asked to why, the woman helping me said it was because there is no Micro Center in Las Vegas, NV. I asked why I have been reading on slickdeals and other forums about people getting the pricematch in States with no Micro Center and I was told "sorry." I didn't push the issue further, as I know she just works there and does what the manager tells her too. I can't help but thinking, that it is all still somewhat illogical, considering I could drive down to California in three hours and get a price match there. Anyhow, I was told that since I am a College student, I would get $100 off anyway, and that this would not have stacked with the Micro Center price match. So, I was only paying an extra $100 or so. Again, I was a little confused. Why wouldn't it stack on a price match? I didn't want to railroad this girl, so I just kept my mouth shut. Alright, so things aren't so bad. I tell the lady helping me which Macbook I wanted, and asked if I could also pick up an iPhone 4. This is where I got a little bit pissed off. I was told that if I wanted to purchase an iPhone 4, I'd have to get back in que, and wait another 30 min. I said no thanks, purchased the Macbook Pro, and left. Few things, -I would have purchased from Micro Center, but I was using the 12 months no interest card from Barclay. -I have opened my Macbook Pro, and I am having a little buyers remorse. Not because I don't like the product, but because I have read on numerous forums how people have gotten the Micro Center price match in States with no Micro Center. I guess it's just the principle eating away at me. If it were not for the 10% restocking fee, I'd return it on principle. -I also think it's because this is my first "Apple" computer, and I really could wait out until the revision. Thoughts? Should I just take it back, and take the 10% restocking hit? Or should I stop crying and enjoy my purchase?