Unbelievably pissed. Took my iPad out of my portenzo case to show the form factor to a friend. When I put it back in I pushed extra hard on the upper right corner to get it to seat properly in the rubber fitting. Felt a burst of pressure under my thumb and sure enough a small 1 cm crack appeared in the bezel. In the last 24 hours it's spidered a little bit, but still doesn't affect the screen. 100% functional and absolutely no damage anywhere else on the device. I'm planning on taking it into the apple store to hopefully get it replaced, but I'm out of the country for another two weeks. Hoping it doesn't get worse. Anyone had any experience with this? I'm really hoping apple doesn't consider this accidental damage. Any amount of pressure I exert with my thumb shouldn't be enough to crack the famed "gorilla glass" screen. My iPad 1 went through far more pressure and usage than this. Apple has always done me right in the past. Anyone else have experience with the bezel around the corner being more sensitive / cracking?