Hey everyone, So last night there was a power outage and I had taken my MacBook Pro off the desk to use on the comfort of my sofa. When I brought it back downstairs, I accidentally rested it on the 3.5 mm mini-plug connector for my Logitech Z-2300 speakers, and didn't realize it until I moved the plug and noticed my notebook was on top of it (I was in near-complete darkness so I really couldn't see much). Now, I've got a scratch on the bottom of my MacBook Pro that is a bit shinier than the rest of the enclosure... you know, the kind of scratch you get when metal meets metal. Is there anything I can use to try to conceal it (I know about the "conceal" paint product but I'm not sure if it'll work and I'm not about to spend 30 dollars to find out I have a bottle of useless paint). I had a bit of a "scuff" scratch on the battery which came off easily without any harm by using a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser but I'm really not sure that it would fix that kind of scratch. You can't really see it unless you're looking for it and you're under the right light, it's mainly located on the very edge of the bottom and very slightly below the audio-out jack... I'm probably just being paranoid about it, but I spent total $2,400 CAD for this baby and... well, in reality, I basically treat it like my baby. I think I might have OCD as well. Help!