I only just became aware of this seemingly widespread problem with rMBP screens today whilst reading about something unrelated. I just bought a brand new 2015 13.3" 2.7GHz rMBP last week, I wish I'd have known about this problem then!... Obviously my Retina display looks perfect at the moment, but I'm concerned about what's going to happen to it in the coming months. I would welcome tips and advice on how to minimise the risk of my screen delaminating? e.g. - Would attaching a screen protector (either plastic film or tempered glass) slow down or accelerate the problem? (I'm a fan of screen protectors, I've had a plastic film type installed on my 2011 MBA from new and it's done an excellent job protecting it from fingerprints and scratches, but I wouldn't be keen on using one on my rMBP if it's going to accelerate Staingate). - Would placing a microfibre cloth over the keyboard and trackpad area before closing the lid help to prevent Staingate? - Finally, if my screen does begin to delaminate, and I manage to get Apple to replace it free of charge, is it likely that the same problem will happen again, or have the replacement screens been fixed so that they won't delaminate?