Hi all. I've got a Genius appointment in about 7 hours, but wanted to get a comfort level here before I go in. My cousin has a Macbook Pro Unibody from late 2008/early 2009. It is one of the ones with a replaceable battery. It is unfortunately out of warranty now, but is experiencing some serious problems. When she closes the screen, the pressure on the hinge points causes the metal shell of the LCD screen to seperate from the rubber gasket and glass towards the bottom. The machine has not been dropped, and we aren't sure how it happened. But it's getting worse and something needs to be done. I googled a bit and got some confidence that the Apple store would be able and willing to help us out. I mean, we are out of warranty, I understand, but a 2k+ laptop shouldn't just come apart like this in 2 years. I guess what I want to know is what is the likelyhood Apple will do something for us, and if not, is there any hope I can fix this on my own? I'm very capable of taking the machine apart and doing whatever to it. I'd just rather let Apple do it if at all possible. I'll try to post some pictures for you all later today just for reference I guess.