Hey guys. Earlier today, I flipped my Macbook Pro over to look at something, and noticed the edge that is closest to the front and is parallel to the front was a bit warped on the battery. It's not much, but I notice a small gap on one side (from the warping?) and the side that's parallel is not flush with the bottom. So, I took the battery out just now to inspect it some more and the warping is hardly noticeable, but is still there. On the center of the battery (along the edge), it lies flush where the casing comes together, but on the edges, it does not (I press it and there is a little bit of space in between the edges). This has me concerned, as defective lithium ion batteries is a serious issues (they can explode). Also, for about the 2-3 months that I've had the laptop, it still reports only having 4 charge cycles. I've calibrated the battery already, and I use the laptop on the battery nearly battery and charge it that day. It should be long past 4 cycles (at least 10-20). Also, the max capacity is only at 95%, and is still there after 4 cycles. Something is a miss with this battery. Can someone help me? The warping definitely has me alarmed, and I'm kind of glad that I caught it as early as I did. However, if I take it to a Apple Store (there is 1 in my city), I wonder if one of the genius's will notice it, even if I point it out to them.