I love my surface pro 3. I really do. It looks beautiful, the screen and resolution are amazing, it is light weight, portable, small, but still good enough to be productive. It is the perfect student computer. But ever since I browsed these forums, paranoia has struck me. People that owned previous generations of the surface products constantly complain about the screen separating from the bezel, and many state that they have replaced their units up to three times, and every time it occurs. This proves to me that this issue is not a small one. Unfortunately, people that own the SP3 are starting to state they are experiencing the same issues. I have already system restored my surface pro 3 and requested a shipping label from microsoft. I have everything packaged up and ready to go, and I must ship out the SP3 within 30 days before the label will expire. Can anyone here offer some comforting advice as to why I should not fear that my surface pro 3 is going to succumb to the screen and bezel separation? Has anyone here owned previous generations for a lengthy amount of time and still has the product 100% intact physically? Issues like poor wi-fi don't scare me, as microsoft can simply update the system and resolve the issue. Physical defects are what scare me. I spoke to my older brother about the matter, and he used to work at Bestbuy. He told me people from all sorts of product lines (rMBP, MBA, Asus, etc) would constantly return products for VARIOUS reasons, and even the "mighty" MBPs have screen separation issues, so he told me that regardless of which product I decide to buy instead, I would be faced with the same situations.