hi, first post here but a longtime mac user/owner currently on a late 2011 machine with aftermarket upgrades. i am looking at replacing my current mac sometime later this year with a new 13 or 15 inch macbook pro. now, since RAM and storage are no longer user-replaceable I'm wondering how everyone here handles protecting their data when the machine has to be handed over to support? is opening the case and removing the SSD by the user prior to handing the machine over voiding apple care? will the support guys in an apple store remove the drive themselves and hand it back to you before taking the machine in if you request it? anybody been there/done that? i have rather strict confidentiality clauses in my contracts and am not comfortable at all with the idea of potentially having somebody go through my system drive. all my previous machines have been user-upgradeable so the problem has never even come up so far.