I have a 1.83Ghz MacBook Pro with all the updates and stuff, and the other day I noticed that the part of the aluminum casing covering is becoming separated from the rest of the computer (this is happening in the upper-left corner of the left speaker grille, right above where the MagSafe connector is) If you look at it from the side, the grey plastic trim is lifted up a few millimeters from the aluminum siding. I'm able to push it down with my thumb, but it won't stay in place. When moving my finger along the speaker grille where the disfiguration is, I can feel (and see, if I look from a sideways angle) that the grill has a rounded bump that is almost right above the MagSafe connector area. Could this be caused by excess heat due to leaving it plugged in or not allowing it to vent properly, or what? I know it's not due to droppage because I always stick my laptop in my vertical bag with the MagSafe connector facing up (I don't know why; I just like it that way). I'm also asking if it's common because friends of mine with PowerBook G4's and MacBook Pro's are also experiencing some degree of warping of their cases (the G4's warpage is actually around their AC connector; the casing seems to have collapsed inward a bit, even though it works). If this is some defect and Apple covers it in my warranty (I didn't get AppleCare, but I've only had the MBP for 9 months so I'm alright on that score for the moment), will they be able to repair it? I'm studying abroad in a country (Israel) that doesn't have an Apple Store (physical or online), so do you think Apple, if I told them all of this, would extend my warranty to repair this particular problem until I am back in the US? Thanks so much!