Apple doesn't respond to these forums. They are User to User.
If this was a wide sp]read problem is would be posted on every forum and in the Mac/Apple web mag sites and headline news.
Really I have no idea why anyone that has a problem with any computer right out of the box does not just take it back for a replacement or Full Refund and then buy another or something else.
Apple makes this very easy with their 14 day No Questions Asked return policy.
If you have a problem in any way simply take your MBP back for Full Refund. Then if you like buy another new Mac. If not then buy some other computer.
If you accept any faults in your new, freshly removed from the box, computer that is your fault. Not the manufacturer as every product every made has bad units produced.
To the OP.
What problems with Windows. Sorry but I have been mainly a Windows user since 1992 and DOS before that and have never had any real problems with Windows. I attribute that to Good General, safe, Computer Practices, buying good hardware and Not Installing Crap/Junk Software.
I have also had a very good experience with Mac but not any better then with Windows.
It is all about how you, the user, use your computers.
Have you got updates on your end? I went to Apple service center here in SG and they recommended me to use the extended power cable, instead of the short one
I still feel some shocks thought, but milder this time.
Do you guys have any tools / or ways on how to determine if there are electric shocks the mac is producing?