My girlfriend came back from a ski trip and while unpacking finds her unibody Macbook Pro has suffered some form of impact and the 'lid' is bent back at one corner and the LCD is cracked. She has Applecare and called Apple and they sent a box but they explained they will not cover it if it has been damaged, which it has. I know how they charge a ton so I read up on fixing the LCD myself. Question 1: Apple does not manufacture the LCD it uses in it's systems themselves, they purchase them. I have found the same LCD and ordered it (for $80). Does replacing the LCD myself void the warranty and/or Applecare? Question 2: I'm concerned that the damage could be more serious as most of the time you see broken LCDs you see the black spot and spidercracks, but what is on the screen is still "correct", however what is being displayed on her screen looks digitally scrambled, lilke this: Does this mean there is other damage? The videos I have watched of people replacing their LCD show that it is pretty much an all-in-one thing, so I can't help but feel that replacing the LCD unit will fix the whole problem, but what do I know? I can say that at first it was fine but as we have opened and shut the lid a few times it has gotten worse, which leads me to believe it is maybe pinching a wire or something maybe? Question 3: This is the case and how the panel is pulling away from the casing. Can you tell me if this will pull back together easily?