Hey, MacRumors Forum readers! So last night the unfathomable happened. I dropped my iPhone 4S face-down after deciding to go naked for the first time I've ever had any iPhone simply because I couldn't find my Otterbox and I was running late for my college commencement. Long story short, I now have a fully functional but shattered screen 4S with only AppleCare. Luckily, there's a shop downtown that many of my friends have used to fix their iPhones after silly drunken nights and they're highly recommended and do great work, or so I've heard. They charge $80 + tax to fix it (vs. $200 from Apple), and with my shoestring budget, I'm leaning in that direction after I start my summer job tomorrow and get the first paycheck. My question is, if the screen replacement is flawless and good as new, could Apple geniuses or the factory the iPhone is shipped to to do the refurbishment process still notice that the screen isn't the same one that came on the phone or no? I suppose I should ask this shop if they're using genuine OEM parts, but the only thing I'm worried about is if in the next 1.5 years I need a replacement, upon inspection they see the screen was replaced and my warranty is voided. Have any of you gone the third-party repair route and had that repaired unit switched out by Apple? Thanks everyone!