Quote Originally Posted by troym View Post
Are you sure you're focusing on something that is *really* at infinity (e.g., the moon)?

If your rangefinder truly is misaligned at infinity, then I agree with takef586. Proper alignment at closer distances matters far more than slight misalignment at infinity (unless you are a landscape photographer who will make serious enlargements). But, if your camera is still under warranty, it's probably worth the wait to have the rangefinder adjusted.
Thanks for all your answers!

To Troym,

I can actually obtain perfect alignment at infinity (Yes, I tried the moon it's just that the perfect alignment is reached just a snitch (1mm or so) before I've turned the focus knob all the way to infinity.