I have the late 2007 white 2.2GHz macbook and the only damage to the machine is the casing below where the magnets hold the screen down (below the keyboard and touchpad, on both sides where the magnets connect), and i have heard that because this was a design flaw apple used to repair the casing or replace it free of charge. (like this guy did http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1003812&highlight=design+flaw) Now the problem i am having is that that post and several others are more than a year old and the 'free of charge repairs' have been from a long time ago and i am unsure if they will be able to repair it for free, seeing as they were probably just using left over parts. I could make an appointment and have them take a look but the nearest apple store is quite a distance away and i cant afford the journey costs at the moment. Does anyone know if they would still be able to repair my machine and if it would be free of charge? Thanks!