I've noticed that when I press on the area directly to the right of the front facing webcam on my Surface Pro 2 [128GB] model, the bezel creaks rather loudly. After that, pressing on the screen itself will cause device to creak [sort of a popping noise] once again. Is this normal? The reason I'm asking these sorts of questions is because I've had a bit of trouble out of my new device (that might actually be normal, that I'm simply not accustomed to), and if the device is defective in any way, I'd like to take the opportunity to utilize my warranty on it before my summer classes begin. (They start in two weeks, and I need the Surface for writing notes). A few small things have been happening, notably the creaking issue and some problems that I've been having with the Type Cover 2 (the cover isn't always recognized/sometimes stops working at random, forcing me to disconnect and reconnect it to continue typing). I also have to bare down fairly hard on the screen to get it to register the Surface pen just recently, but that might just be me. I've ordered the Wacom Bamboo Feel replacement pen for that. In regards to the creaking, I've been reading a thread or two (in particular, this one: http://www.surfaceforums.net/forum/...-design-flaw-microsoft-surface-pro-2-a-2.html) that may seem to suggest it is a defect in the device, as it only affects a small number of owners. Should I replace my device? Once again, the [small] issues I've noticed in my one-month period of ownership so far have been: -Paint chipping through normal use (such as connecting the cover) -Very, very fragile (not really an issue, but goes hand-in-hand with the first point; it shocked me how easily this thing can be damaged) -Bezel and screen creaks when writing or pressing the edges -Type Cover 2 ceases functioning at random -Pen doesn't always register correctly/takes a lot of pressure to use ~Sometimes, the device doesn't detect the pen at all, similar to the type cover issue. The only thing that seems to solve it is a system restart.