Venting part (scroll down for my question): I recently got a new macbook pro... my old one gave out on me. Almost everything is perfect about the machine... beautiful screen, beautiful speed, beautiful... everything. But again... just like with my last macbook pro, Apple seems to always overlook the quality control with something. This time its with the case or the footpads. My mac, when opened or closed, on a flat surface will wobble. I'm not sure if the foot under the optical drive is slightly shorter than the others, or if the case is warped or something... but it wobbles when I type on it. Is it hurting the system? Not that I can tell (although if its warped or soemthing, maybe). But the biggest point is... it's like buying a new BMW and finding out the door doesn't quite shut flush... or the seat doesn't quite adjust right. It's a minor (i hope) flaw that is just enough to make me pissed off because I should be able to just enjoy my mac... my expensive mac... I shouldn't be forced to now figure out a way to make it stop wobbling. Part of me just wants to go back to apple and ask, "Why?" Question part: Venting aside..... is this serious? After googling and reading around, one post on a mac forum mentioned it could be a sign that something is not quite installed right inside the mac, causing it to warp or be uneven. If it is just a wobble... I'll deal with it... but if it has the potential to mess up my mac or cause problems down the road, then I'll bite my lip and go back to the apple store.