It's almost like having a new computer. The cursor isn't skipping around, and everything I can see and feel as I type is new except the screen. As I mentioned earlier, Apple acknowledged the cracks along the edge of the top case [that's the part that surrounds the keyboard and is the top of the case that houses the hard drive] as a design flaw. My computer is about four years old now, but it was still covered. I brought it in about noon and they had the parts and called about 5pm to say it was ready for pick up.
So, if you have a Macbook, and there's a crack in the plastic case along the edge, you might take it to a local Apple dealer and see if it is covered for repairs. I really wasn't looking forward to dealing with the cursor problems, but I was very pleasantly surprised.