Hi everyone, It seems like I got myself into a bit of trouble. I have a 15" i5 mid 2010 unibody macbook pro and in gluing a foot back in place, it seems like some super glue somehow got on the display cable inside the laptop and now the monitor is shimmering and has a purple tint to it. The apple store says it will be $1200 to replace because they will need to swap out the motherboard and the display cable. Needless to say, I am seriously kicking myself for this whole situation because had I brought it in this whole situation could have been avoided. I was wondering if someone with experience repairing these things could give me some advice. Since it is superglue, could I use a plastic safe debonding agent to try and remove the glue? I thought that superglue was a dielectric so it is not clear to me why it would do much of anything even if it got on the motherboard. If the motherboard is just messed up, is it worth buying a new motherboard and swapping it out or is the procedure really difficult? (I have had experience switching ram, hard drives, and even a display on macbooks.) I see that they cost about $500. The other part of me is wondering whether I should just buy a new machine. The heart breaking part is that there seems to be a huge difference in price between a functioning and non functioning machine of this type. I am not sure if I could get more than $150 in its current state. Thanks so much for the help!