Winter woes. I was walking to school yesterday when I slipped and fell on my bookbag, which had my 12" PB. I landed on the Superdrive with a CD-ROM in it and now the CD-ROM is not mounted nor will it eject. Took it to the local apple store but they could not get it out. Apple says I will have to send it in and it will cost $600+ to fix the chassis and $300+ to replace the superdrive if required. Unfortunately, since it was an accident, it is not covered by Applecare. I can bite the bullet and spend the money on fixing it but is my Applecare warranty still good? If my PB develops problems later, are they going to blame it on this fall and refuse to fix it for me ? Does anyone have any previous experience in this regard ? Do I have any other options ? I really dont want to spend $1000 on a machine that is less than 5 weeks old and will not have any warranty later. I might as well get an ibook instead, in that case. Please advise me. Any help is appreciated.