Cross-post from the MBP forum because I accidentally posted it there. I have a 2009 Mac Mini. I recently upgraded the RAM, and while I was working in the Mini, the Bluetooth antenna cable became detached. I've tried to reconnect it, but the Bluetooth no longer works in the device. This is the extent of my knowledge of the problem. Unfortunately, the warranty expired a few weeks ago, and regardless of that, I'm the one who hosed it so it's my burden to bear. One local Mac repair shop here in Austin quoted me "about" $40 plus parts (if necessary) to repair it. Is that about right? Any former geniuses here know about how much Apple would charge for this out-of-warranty fix? I will call Apple -- but I want to be prepared, which is why I'm polling this trusted community.