Hi everyone, My late 2011 17 inch Macbook Pro has a dust accumulation problem. While cleaning the anti-glare matte screen, I noticed a few crusts of dirt drop into the bezel plate where they remain wedged inside. I tried a number of small tools in an effort to extract these crusts but to no avail. The bits of dirt are sizeable enough that they have caused the bezel on the right side of the screen to convex out a little thus, creating a larger opening for more dust to accumulate. The linked photo clearly shows the slight deformation of the bezel as a result of the white spec of dirt trapped inside (which is also visible). While I have extended Applecare, I'm not too keen on parting with the laptop for the week or so it would take to have it serviced; although I may do this as a last resort and before I install the Samsung 840 pro I just purchased (replacing optical drive with the original Hitachi apparently voids the warranty). This, of course, assumes that the Apple store will even take it in just to fix this problem. Has anyone successfully dealt with this in a do-it-yourself fashion? Also, are there any accessories for the matte screen which would guard against this from occurring again but without compromising the display quality? Thanks.