Re: Isn't choice grand
Your window of opportunity for getting a refund on a Mac is very small. Beyond that you will be forced to deal with their warranty replacement system and even that will only last as long as the warranty does.
For a company that is often compared to BMW, they really don't stand behind their product.
Whether or not they are on par with Dell here isn't the point. They aren't supposed to be "just another Dell".
Furthermore, you won't get an "immediate fix". It will "stay in the shop" for awhile.
Been there. Done that. That's why I recommend putting a Mac through it's paces as soon as you can. Make sure it's not a lemon as soon as you can. Otherwise the "refund" option may simply disappear.