So I finally decided to shell out some extra cash to replace my failing Windows laptop with the baseline 15 inch MBP, and I'm generally very pleased with the OS and machine, but I have a few cosmetic/build quality complaints that I thought I'd run by people here since I'm still within the 14 day return window, and I'd like to get a totally solid machine, given that I've never spent this much on a laptop before and don't intent to upgrade for at least another three years. The most annoying thing I noticed is that the lid on this isn't quite seated correctly, meaning that (while closed) the left edge makes contact with the aluminum, but the right side hovers ever so slightly (maybe something like a millimeter) and can be forced down to make contact. It's barely noticeable visually, but I can feel it sometimes when carrying the machine with one hand, and it doesn't seem like it's good for the computer, though probably nothing serious. I didn't notice this with any of the 13 inch models I've used, and I'm not sure it falls under the realm of typical little cosmetic defects, or something worth exchanging over. I also have quite a bit of creaking on the bottom, which I know is pretty common, but a little frustrating nonetheless. I wouldn't generally preoccupy myself with these things, but I'm going to be out near the Apple store in a couple of days, and I'm nearing the end of the 14 day window, so I'm not sure if I should just bring the machine in and ask them to replace it. These issues seem minor enough that I'm a bit skeptical they'll actually do it, and I'm not sure it's worth the hassle. Thoughts?