Apart from loving the designs and the os, I walked into an Apple store today as my Macbook pro had gone faulty. Part of the screen had gone corrupt.
A quick check of google and the Apple forums revealed this wasn't a common issue and not one of Apple's recalls, plus my MacBook was out of warranty by 10 months. I expected a hefty bill.
The guy took one look, hooked it up to their diagnostic machine (it passed all the system checks) and said "I'm sorry this has happened, we will get it sorted out for you".
I was expecting to pay out a few hundred quid for the (retina) screen (the cheapest one on ebay is about £280) and the invoice they have given me shows it would have been 254 plus 24 quid labour, but the bottom of the repair docket says zero charge due to fault believed to have been present since manufacture.
Very relieved and very happy.