Hi all, I posted to the "I just ordered/bought/got my new/refurb MBP" thread yesterday, but I'm curious to see what people think. I had been planning for a while to get a 2015 rMBP 13 and finally decided to pull the trigger this weekend. I was planning to order a refurb from the Apple website but I was checking on local availability and noticed on the Micro Center website that they had listed Refurbished MacBook Pros with full 1 year Apple warranty. I know this is unusual, but figured MC might have had enough of a relationship with Apple to actually get some stock of refurbs to sell if Apple had a surplus. I went to the local store and after discussing with the salesman he checked the computer to confirm that these were not used or off lease devices - that they came with the full one year warranty. I decided to go with the 13 inch 2.9/512 - they were asking $1499 for it vs. $1699 ($100 discount from list) for new. This is $30 less than Apple has the refurbished version of this machine for on their website. I took the deal and went to the front of the store where they would pull the stock for me. When the machine came, it was in the standard Apple brown external shipping package - not the white refurb package. After leaving the store, I opened the outer package and found the new retail package inside. I thought perhaps they had mistakenly pulled the wrong box from the stock room, but I know Micro Center's point of sale validates that they are delivering the correct product when it is satisfying the order the salesman put in. I also checked their website immediately and found that they had reduced the available qty of the "refurbished" item for that store. So I'm guessing I got the same computer for $200 off. The warranty checks out as a true 1 year warranty. I think Micro Center is calling them refurbs so they can sell them at an extra discount and not get Apple ticked off. Is there any way I can confirm that this is indeed a new machine and not a refurb?