We had to re-arrange our desks in Calculus today, and my Pismo slipped off the desk and fell screen-first to the floor. The back of the screen hit first and it closed on impact. Then went to standby. There is no visible damage, neither outside nor inside. When I picked it up and pressed the button and it didn't come out of standby right away (the light was on), I popped the battery out and back in. I pressed the power button and nothing happened. It is definitely powering on. After pressing the power button, I can press caps lock and it will light up- if I hold the power button down for ten seconds, caps lock shuts off. The battery is charged (IIRC was around 70 or 80%). If Apple had released Intel iBooks today I'd simply upgrade, but I can't afford a MacBook Pro. Can anyone help me fix this? Hopefully none of the hardware is permanently damaged (not even the case is scratched, other than a crack that was there already when I bought the system two years ago).