Okay, I went to get my computer tonight and they didn't have one in stock. Go figure. I'm thinking about just getting a powerbook from the online store and upgrading the hard drive. I've looked at the Refund & Return Policy and it states: "Please note that Apple does not permit the return of or offer refunds for the following products: 1. Product that is custom configured to your specifications " Are they talking about not returning a computer because the customer realized he ordered the wrong specs? Or does it also mean if there are minor things wrong with the computer such as two or three dead pixels, sensitive trackpad, wobbling, etc, that the computer can't be returned? The computer isn't DOA, but I consider these annoying things and after all that $$$ want a perfect computer. I would think Apple Care would cover such things, but I want to be sure.