Hi everyone, I've dropped my opened Macbook Pro 15" late 2013 from almost one meter height on tile floor. It seems it landed on the bottom right back side of the display (it got heavily bent) and then damped on the Logitech Unifying receiver in the USB port on the right side which lost its plastic cap but it seems saved the bottom case and its contents from any damage. I've checked all the ports - they work. Charging works, battery works. Keyboard works. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, speakers work. All in all everything except the display seems to be working and not touched at all. Apple Diagnostics says no problems found. Now the display. It faints (can't think of a better word) every 3-5 seconds. It faints even before OS boots up (it faints on boot drive selection screen fired with Alt, it faints on Apple Diagnostics fired with D, it faints on black screen with Apple logo while booting). It faints all the same no matter if I force iGPU or dGPU with gfxCardStatus. If I connect external display both via HDMI or MDP, the external display works flawlessly, but internal still faints. Fainting seems to not affect performance (I do not see any CPU or energy intensive processes in System Monitoring). When it faints, moving mouse or video progression actually happens but you can't see it on the internal display until it stops fainting for several seconds when you see the situation as if there was no fainting (i. e. it seems GPU still calculates the image to be displayed even during fainting but internal display just doesn't display it). Bent display open and closed. Fainting video 1 (beware, traffic!) and 2 (beware, traffic!). Has anyone experienced anything similar? Am I mostly right in my assumption that only the display is to be replaced? I'm going to ask service centre to diagnose the rMBP just to be sure but I'm not going to repair it officially since Apple charges 800 $ per such a repair, it's too much. Has anyone bought a replacement display from Amazon like this one? It says it's new but I'm skeptical since the price is so small... What happens if such a replaced display feels staingate? Will Apple replace it for free then or they'll say it's not an original part of that specific laptop and refuse a repair? If so I'd better buy an replacement display with a warranty... Has anyone tried flat rate repair at Apple Store in such circumstances? I wonder what tier will this problem fall into? Please share your experience and thoughts on the matter. Thank you for the help!