Ok, so I've got my replacement MBP. The only thing wrong with the first one was the wireless issue with my 2Wire router (something that is now positively defined as a software issue). So, not only was that an entire waste of return-processing hell... but my replacement laptop has the same problems and some new ones too. The laptop doesn't seem to close all the way, and it seems like the screen bows upward, when latched shut. The left/right side don't make even contact with the other half of the laptop, and the latch isn't even completely shut, allowing for some slight movements. Also, there is an occassional problem with the "Ctrl" key where it seems to get slighty stuck down, and causes the computer to think its being pressed when it's not. And I'm noticing now that there are several keys that aren't "flush". They seem to tilt downward in one way or the other. This includes the "Fn", "Alt/Option", "N", "Delete", and "End >" keys. If that weren't enough, the battery doesn't sit flush, and moves up and down in the battery bay. If I were to return it, I'm basically going to just demand a refund and buy them instore. That way, I can open it right there and determine if it is acceptable. I previously ordered online with a custom model (160 GB harddrive) which made the return process so terrible. So, should I risk more problems (screen, keys, etc.) with a new MacBook Pro, stick with the one I've got and suck it up, or simply demand a refund and purchase one in store (only a 120 GB hard drive).