My poor old MacBook Pro (passed its 2-year birthday in June) has the most awful hinges. Pushing the lid release button doesn't result in any popping up as you'd expect from a MBP or PB G4, so opening it's a little tricky. As well as this, if you tilt the screen down to around 45 degrees from vertical the lid slams shut (unless you catch it, of course). So basically all the original tension in the screen that is meant to pop the lid open and keep it still at any angle is gone; presumably the hinges have come completely loose. Has anyone had experience with this at a Genius Bar? I'd like to take the MBP to my local Apple Store (Southampton, UK) to get the problem sorted. Do you think they'll replace the hinges for free? I don't have AppleCare, though, so if it'll cost, any price estimates would be helpful. Thanks in advance.