so i ordered a 15" 2.2ghz MBP (with 128mb video, 120gb hdd) from apple's online store. I paid the quoted price and received it on 25th. When I opened the box, I realized that the MBP is actually a 15" 2.6GHz one, with 4GB RAM, 160gb HDD and a 256mb video card. The computer is brand new, not refurbed. But I see tht my credit card was charged for the base MBP model with 2.2GHz one. So, this not being the machine i paid for, called apple. The guy said tht it is really weird for me to get a differently specd computer than what I ordered. He suggested that I head out to my local apple store with the computer to get it exchanged. so i drag myself down to the apple store with the laptop packed to the best of my ability. The genius looks at my invoice and the computer, then he calls the manager. The manager makes a couple of calls inside, comes out, and tellls me: "Would you mind keeping the current machine?" I didnt want to get charged extra 500 bucks, so I said no. He clarified "I talked to Apple, and they wont charge you extra. Also, you get a $100 store credit". I was quite taken back with the offer. I started thinking that this may be a jinxed machine and they are just trying to get rid of it..... but he insisted that its a completely brand new machine and there should be nothing wrong with it, and he is willing to switch to the originally configured machine if i wanted. I finally decided to get the 2.6GHz MBP, and I got a $100 store credit. I still haven't blown up the store credit because if I change my mind to return the machine... im skeptical as to why they would give away a more powerful machine for a lower price. Any thoughts?