I have a late 2010 model 15" MacBook Pro (2.8GHz) that I purchased in February 2011, coincidentally a week before the new 2011 models came out. A few months ago, my MacBook Pro was knocked off my desk onto a carpeted floor by my cat (while it was shut and asleep). I did not not notice any immediate damage, but a couple days later I noticed a small 2-inch dent in the upper case on the outside of the display, in the aluminum. The MacBook still functions fine, but I would like to see about getting the display housing repaired or replaced. Does Apple do these kind of repairs? I do not have AppleCare on the computer, it is now too late to purchase AppleCare, but I would be willing to pay for the repairs myself within reason. Basically I would need the outer part of the display housing (the aluminum part on the back of the display) replaced. Anybody know if this can be done, and if Apple would do such a repair? Thanks.