A rushed morning on Wednesday and a fall from a kitchen island has left me with a bent Macbook Pro. It fell from the island in that typical slow motion fashion that happens when things like this happen. I tried to catch it but I couldn't. It was powered off inside a InCase neoprene case. I checked it out and it looked fine, no obvious dents or a broken screen so I thought I dodge a bullet. When I got to work & power it up, it started fine but the Super Drive was making some awful noise moving around but when it stopped it worked fine and hasn't made noise since. I think it was just resetting itself. It wasn't until that evening when it was on my desk that I noticed it was rocking corner to corner I checked it on some other surfaces hoping it was my desk but it wasn't. The case is warped by about 1mm. I put a vinyl bumper in one corner so it doesn't rock when I type. Looking more carefully I found the display lid was bent towards the back in the right rear corner as well. Apple told me that it would be $600 to fix the warped top case. I also found MyService in CA that would replace the top case for $295 including shipping. I'm torn whether I should send it off to be fixed or since it is still working, keep using it the way it is & save that money to get a new one when the Macbook Pro is next refreshed and then eBay this one for what I can get for it. I'm kinda nervous about replacing it because I thought my display was great - I don't know if Macbook Pros have the issue of some displays being good and some bad like the Macbooks do - and it has a Hitachi hard drive, which I have had great luck with in the past, and a replacement might not have as good parts. I just recently switch from a PC to Mac - I was so happy with my Macbook Pro but now I feel like all the excitement has been lost.