Hey, So I purchased my MBP a few months ago for school and have been really happy with it. Unfortunately, one day I took it out of my bag and there was a slight dent in the casing that sort of makes it wrap slightly around the side of my screen. It's purely cosmetic as determined by a tech, but it's there nonetheless. So here's the funny thing: tonight I got a call from Apple about my 3 months of coverage being up and so on and that I should buy applecare. I was sitting on the fence, mainly because I knew I didn't need it at the moment and still had 9 months to decide whether or not I needed it. Being the jerk that I am, I related the above story to the lady on the phone (that I had taken the computer out of my bag one day and found the dent), and asked her if this dent would be covered by applecare. And she said yes. Basically she said that I should buy applecare and take my Macbook Pro into a Genius bar and ask them to replace the screen for me, and they would. Problem is I don't trust that she wasn't telling a tall tale, so I made sure to get a her name and kept the confirmation number. My question is this: what are the odds that they replace the casing on my MBP? I mean, I would love to have it fixed, even if it is only cosmetic... Thanks!