Hello all, I have 2012 rMBP. Today I've noticed a another pressure mark on my display. It's annoying since it's on the left-mid part of the display. I already replaced my display 4(!) times: 1st = LG ghosting 2nd = Samsung display burned pixels 3rd = Samsung pressure mark 4th = LG burned pixels And now it would be the 5th time, again pressure mark. I use a case, and most of the time I use my laptop as a desktop machine. I only use a backpack that is protected to hold 15" laptops, with very good padding. I use a case from PowerSupport which are known to be one of the most durable cases in the market ($80 case!). I used different cases before - all gave me the same outcome. No scratches on the laptop, no damage - looks like new. What am I doing wrong? Why these crappy retina displays are so sensitive for pressure marks? I had many Apple laptops before and never had these kind of problems. I haven't changed my routine since then, so it's not like I'm taking my laptop hiking or something like that. Except for that, I replaced already most of the laptop, which was a lemon since day one. Everything except for the SSD and the battery was replaced. The laptop was overheating (fan problems due to crappy ventilation/thermal paste, which was a known issue when 2012 rMBP came out). My fans are still going crazy at some times, and finder likes to be non-responsive here and there (for example when I want to rename a file, it doesn't respond and after few seconds it does all the clicks I tried to do before at one time - which is super annoying). Yes, I tried to format my drive and put a new OS. TL;DR: I received a lemon and live with it for the past 2 years. Replaced display 4 times and internal hardware as well. Currently have pressure point. The question is: Is there any chance on earth that Apple would give me a new laptop? I do have AppleCare. I know to do good puppy eyes, but I'm not sure how much that would help to replace an entire machine (2 year old machine may I say). Is there anybody here who did that in the past and was successful? I'm ready to purchase a new laptop just because of this (and I don't need one. my 2012 rMBP is perfect for my needs in terms of hardware/performance).