So I have begun to disassemble my MBP 17" so I can install a new bottom case. So far so good...except for one thing: In the battery bay there are three small Phillips screws. I got the middle one out, but the other two are another story. They're at a slight angle, but are very, very hard to get to. On the right one I tried supergluing a screwdriver tip to the screw to get it to move, but it wasn't strong enough. Now I've got some superglue stuck to the screw. Not like it matters...the screw head was already stripped. The left one is also stripped now. I can't get anything underneath the edge of the screw to help pry it out. I'm completely stumped as to how to get it out. As far as I can tell drilling may be the only option, but I have a few concerns. I don't want to get any shavings into the inside, so I am afraid of drilling. I know my dad is well versed in construction and knows how to drill out stripped screws, but I don't know if the same rules apply to laptops. The screws are so small (require a #00 Phillips screwdriver)...and the placement of them is infuriating! Any special instructions on drilling the screws (other than being VERY careful and going as slow as possible)?