So, I know theres a few threads about how some people's displays are slightly bent on the sides. I'm in the exact same situation...sort of. While mine is also slightly askew on the sides, I've decided not to bother with that, since just about every single unit I've come across is shaped more or less the same way. However, something I noticed the other day was that my display indeed also bent, however it was bent in the front! Basically, imagine the computer in a closed position, and that you're looking at it from the front. Now essentially if you follow the area where the rubber gasket meets the unibody, it starts out aligned, then almost immediately, for lack of better words, it takes off from the ground. The biggest telltale sign is that you can clearly see light coming through the space it creates. Since its not off by a huge amount, I figured Apple probably won't care, but since its rather annoying knowing its there, I decided to try and fix it myself. However I haven't had much luck, and I think I might have made it a little worse! So far I've tried: -stacking some books(only about 2, light textbooks) -and flipping the computer upside down and leaving it like that for a few hours(nothing on top). Any other recommendations? I've attached a picture kinda showing where its at. I couldn't find a full frontal picture of the computer, so I just took a side view one off of Apple's site, and marked the approximate area where the bend occurs.