So for graduation my family decided to order me a new 2011 15" Macbook Pro. They ordered it off Amazon, and it arrived today. I start it up and it works perfectly fine. I decided to take a look at "About this Mac" and found this: The 2.66 i7 is from a Mid 2010 MBP. So I take a look at the serial number and this is what I found: That is a Mid 2010 MBP model number. The next thing I check is the serial number on the bottom of my MBP and on the box. Both show the following model and serial number: The Serial and Model number on the box and the bottom of the my MBP show to be an early 2011 MBP. So I call Amazon and after 30 minutes of trying to understand what the hell the CSR is trying to say, she tells me she is going to have to wait and call Apple in the morning to confirm. Also, one of the screws on the bottom is halfway out, and I also dont show having a thunderbolt port nor does the MBP have a thunderbolt logo beside the mini-display port. I'm sure that Amazon will get this fixed quickly (and hopefully overnight it), but it seems to me that someone along the way changed the bottom of their 2010 MBP with my 2011. Was wondering if anyone else has had a problem like this with Amazon?