I've seen various posts about the sharp edge on the front of the MBA keyboard. Although I think the MBA is fantastic in every other respect, I find this "design flaw" to be a real irritation, and can't imagine how it got through Apple's meticulous product testing process. In my office I normally wear long-sleeved shirts, so the sharp edge doesn't present much of a problem, but on a long flight recently, my lower forearms were literally chafed after a 2-hour session with the MBA. I find it uncomfortable to rest my wrists on the keyboard for even a few minutes. I've owned a wide variety of Apple and IBM laptops and have never had this problem before. Unless I can find a fix for this (duct tape?), the MBA is going to go into premature retirement. Does anybody else have this issue? Has anyone come up with a fix? I've even thought of taking my MBA into a high-end machine shop to see if they could put a very small mitre on the front edge, to round it a bit. Having said that, I think Apple owes us a fix--this is a major ergonomic screw-up from a company that prides itself on getting the ergonomics right!