Well FYI lang, I just upgraded my Macbook Black to MBP Unibody a few days ago. Then one time, just as I was appreciating the beauty of the aluminum, found out that there's something weird. The distance of the LCD lid is unevenly spaced when closed. Of course this does not in any way affect the performance of the machine, but hell, if you paid 115k++ for an item, you want it as perfect as it can be. I was there at PowerMac MOA so I had it checked na rin. They confirmed that it really is misaligned. Oh well good thing I bought this unit locally and that I am entitled to a 7-day outright replacement. So tomorrow I am getting my new unit. My trip to PowerMac was only supposed to have my Macbook Black serviced only. Just so happened that I had the MBP with me so had it checked na rin. Anyway, my Macbok Black had white pixels pestering me for the past 9 months. Also had paint chipping and the case had gaps dahil daw baka mali ang pagbuhat ko ng macbook. Whatda??? I told him that I take care of my gadgets very very well, as in. (OC ako.) Ni-never ko nga yun pinapatong sa kung saan saan at laging balanced ang pagbuhat ko nun. Well anyway.... Buti na lang, Apple's service is top-notch. They pulled out my unit and promised that they will replace it asap. Mabuti na lang there's such a thing as 'warranty' or '7-day outright replacement'. Without it, ewan ko na lang. So from now on, I will be getting an Apple Care na rin. Now about quality control.... hmmmmm. I know Apple quality is one of the best but seems like my fate with my past two notebooks was not really ahhhh... nice. I've had multiple laptops but never had those issues. All of them (HP, Compaq, IBM, Acer, Dell, etc.) are still alive and kicking up to this day with no problems at all. Ok the Dell died na pala. Would also like to mention about my mighty mouse. After one month of usage, it stopped squeaking, it just died. So brought it for service, but I got the new replacement after 2 mos pa. I did not use it after getting it since I preferred my logitech mouse. 2 weeks ago, I decided to use it since sayang naman and I connected it on my Apple Alum keyboard. Then after using it for 5 days, it died. hahaha. It is now at the service center and I am waiting for the replacement. Well oh well. The only Apple product that I have that is working flawlessly is the iPhone 3G. Two months of use and it is STILL ALIVE! So yun. Apple's after sales service has got me covered so no worries there, it's just that I hope next time I won't be having issues anymore. Being careless with my gear and breaking it is one thing, but having a unit that has a factory defect is another thing.