Hey all, I just got my Black Macbook a week or so ago, and I must say, quality control seems to be really lacking from Apple with these machines. I've had to exchange it three times already!!! The first one had a mouse button where the left side just wouldn't work at all and suffered from "squishyness." The second one had a couple of problems: When shut, the screen didn't align at all with the bottom part of the case and there were a few little chips close together on the left palm rest. They were very small, but still noticeable when I looked for them. Needless to say, I don't want these imperfections when I buy a $1500 laptop. When we went to exchange the third one, they took it back with no problem. Since the store is about 30 minutes from my house, we decided to just open the replacement in the store and see if it was ok so we wouldn't have to make another trip. Well, we did that and it had the same problem as the first one, but on the right side! Ridiculous! The manager gave us another one (although somewhat reluctantly) and we opened it up. Everything seemed to be fine and still does. However, there was some sort of annoying metal clicking that could sometimes be heard when clicking the mouse button, but that went away when I did the paper trick that's all over the internet. Oh yea, there's also an extremely small mark on the right palm rest, but it's really not noticeable at all. I suppose I'm lucky that I don't have any dead pixels or something else wrong that could really mess up my macbook. Regardless though, these problems are kind of annoying. I'm chalking it up to some very bad luck on my part though. I never had any sort of problems with my old iBook. On the other hand, I LOVE this machine. Best computer I've ever owned. It absolutely runs circles around my old iBook. Awesome.