Apple has announced the Macbook Bottom Case Replacement program. This is a program for people who own Macbooks from October 2009 to April 2011. Basically what has been happening is that Apple has been finding that the rubber that is on the bottom of the Macbooks can possibly separate from the computer itself. So they are giving people the opportunity to get their bottom (no pun intended) fixed if this is the case.
There are three ways that a person can do this. The first being you can actually take your Macbook into an Apple store and schedule a Genius appointment and they will fix it for you. Secondly, you can take it to an Authorized Apple Retailer. And third, if you are somewhat brave, you can do this yourself, by filling out some information on the Apple Support page. All of these are done for free as long as you are having the problem described. Also, if you have already had this procedure done for your Macbook and you have paid for it, you can contact Apple for a refund.
It would be interesting to see how many people are affected by this and whether or not people will take advantage of this. Hit us up in the comments if this has happened to you and if you have gotten it fixed. Let us know what your experience has been like.