Fully aware how paranoid and naive this may come across... But I've never had an all-in-one computer before, and I've luckily never needed anything fixed by Apple. Now that I've ordered my first iMac (27"/i7/512/M395X) I'm wondering what the procedure is should anything go wrong? 1. Do you ever have to give the Apple geniuses your OS username/password as part of the repair process? Or can they test if the machine works without this? Let's be honest, I'm sure these guys go through heaps of computers a day and couldn't care less what was on it - but still, surely I'm not alone in being uncomfortable with that still for some reason. 2. Do you take any data privacy precautions just for this purpose? FileVault relevant here? I also read some throwaway comments on here about people putting their user directory / OS install on an external SSD just for this reason. So they can unplug the drive and take the iMac to Apple for repair with no worries. However with these new internal 1800mb/s+ SSD speeds there's no way I'm not taking advantage of the internal SSD... Anything else worth knowing? If you've gone through the repair process, share a similar concern, or feel like reminding me how paranoid I'm being, feel free to chime in.