The fact the MBP's edges are sharp isn't debatable. True, if you practice "correct typing" then your wrist/forearms shouldn't rest on the edge. If you're sitting at a desk it's quite easy to control your typing position. But, these are notebooks, designed to be used anywhere ... sometimes in situations where practicing "correct typing" isn't an option, such as on an airplane, a higher than usual table such as at a cafe, couch are just a few examples. Does anyone have a sensible solution? I've seen all the joking posts showing electrical and duct tape or sanding down the edges ... I'd like to find a decent solution. I'm used to the sharp edge, my wife is new to Mac laptops and her forearms are red and chaffed looking after just a few days use. Not something she experienced in her years with her T400 ... She's a Mac user now, (iMac) and looked so forward to her first Mac laptop, I know she's disappointed about it and I'd like to find a solution. Contact Apple? I've done that twice, once via phone and once in writing. Their comments are "oh, we've never noticed that, or heard of it before" ... and that's as far as it goes. Apple wasn't kidding about "cutting edge design" but this is a bit much. Moshi Palm guard is an option, it helps a little but not much. I suppose a Speck Case would work but not really into the idea of cover the whole computer.