So I own a 3 week old 15in unibody macbook pro....I'm a perfectionist when it comes to electronic equipment...and I use a flashlight and do close inspections from time to time. I recently ordered a incase hardshell for my my mac...just to find that it didn't fit quite right....it kept coming into contact with the rear right part of the display assembly...but not the left....so I looked further into this and found that the screen is slightly rotated...barely noticeable by the naked eye, but ever so slightly noticeable with a run by of the finger. one side has a tiny lip, while the other side has a tiny cleft. I did some research and found that many people have experienced the same problem. I decided to go over my mac again and found a small surface imperfection on the right palmrest. It is purely aesthetic, as you can only see it when the light is at a certain angle. There are also a couple tiny scratches in the back near the fan opening from what I would assume to be the assembly procedure. I have read about people having worse manufacturing problems than this...over the past few days, I have been debating whether or not to contact apple for a product exchange, but in all honesty, I don't want to end up with something worse than I started with. I would appreciate some input on this issue. Thanks!