As you guys can probably tell, I'm still trying to talk myself into a Macbook Pro I've confirmed with you guys that replacing the hard drive does NOT void the warrenty (unless you break something). I've read the iFixit guide forwards and back...and started to think maybe it's not so hard to get into. It's a lot of screws, but only two of them are torx, and I think my Belkin tool kit probably has a T6 head. And probably my smallest phillips head in there would work for the rest. So from someone who's had these apart, how hard is it, really? The worst part seems like it would be getting the keyboard to fit back in place correctly, so that it's completely flush with the case. Are all the phillips screws the same, once you take them out? Any issues sticking the cable that's glued to the hard drive back on? Where the heck do I get a small enough phillips screw driver or T6 torx screwdriver if mine aren't small enough?