Okay ... Here's the story: I was waiting for a flight at the Minneapolis airport, with my laptop in a sleeve and bag in the seat next to me. It was in an Incase sleeve, inside my Crumpler laptop/camera backpack ("Whickey and Cox"), when a punkass kid knocked it out of the seat next to me and the bag landed with a hollow "thud". The camera and lenses are fine, thankfully, but now I have this obnoxious dent in my year-old MBP. It's purely cosmetic, as far as I can tell (I've run every hardware test I can find ... ). Here are pics of the damage (click to enlarge): I've taken the laptop apart (and no, I didn't damage anything in the process) and it looks like the warp is simply where the pressure of the drop popped the glue between the aluminum shell and the internal frame of the lower case. There's no visible damage to the SuperDrive (I pulled it out and inspected it closely), nor does the SD have any trouble burning or reading any of the discs I've tried. I'm trying to find a way to repair this that doesn't involve replacing the entire lower case. I don't feel like doing that repair myself and don't really feel like paying and Apple repair tech to do it for me. I tried some basic superglue, but it doesn't bond to the aluminum (I was able to scrape it off, cleanly and easily, even 24 hours after applying the glue and clamping the bond site). Any ideas?