I recently dropped my MacBook Air whilst in its bag. The bottom line is it now has a bend in the lid and an abrasion and warping in the bottom. I want to replace the enclosures for the LCD and the keyboard and ports area. I don't need to replace anything else. Please do not tell me to "live with it" or anything similar. I'm set on fixing this for as little as I can. I want to keep that brilliant design immaculate for as long as possible. Is it feasible to replace these parts on my own without going to an authorised repair shop? I have some limited experience but I'm not super sure about the process involved. If anyone can give me ballpark estimates for the cost to have a shop repair it it'd be appreciated. Better still if anyone works in a repair shop, I'd appreciate it even more if you could tell me what sort of process you go through to repair these enclosures, the cost and sourcing parts. Can I also purchase just the shell without including an LCD or a keyboard etc? I want to reduce the cost of this to $200-300 Australian. (Yes, I live in a land down under). Better yet, can I buy an unworking MBA and salvage it? I have the 2012 model which means I'd probably have to find the keyboard plate from another 2012 (owing to the Mag Safe 2. Those bastards!). Can I at least use the 2011's LCD enclosure? If anyone knows where I might be able to source the 2012 or (assuming they'd work) 2011 parts, please post links. If anyone has a 2012 or 2011 MBA good for undamaged enclosures, please PM me. Thank you in advance. Regards, Kirix.