....but it seems to be working fine as far as I can tell. Kinda lost my footing while walking down some steps and fell onto the road, on top of my notebook. Fortunately it was in a thin cloth notebook case, which was inside my bag, and a couple of stuff sort of absorbed the impact. The only damage I can see is a slight dent at the top left corner, and it the metal casing sticks out just a teensy bit on the top. Also, it doesn't seem to balance so well anymore though. The bottom left corner is evalated by about 2mm off the ground. Other than that, I can't really find anything else that's wrong with it. Keyboard works, LED backscreen works, CPU still works as good as before, GPU still kicks ass, Hard drive is fine, all my ports still work, and my fans still spin as usual. Other than the weird drop in temperature and minor dents, I don't really see anything else that should raise any alarms. I'm just lost at what I should do now, because I heard Apple charges a bomb just to replace the casing, and it voids my warranty as well. I'm covered by insurance, fortunately, but it seems pretty minor to claim insurance for...and I'd have to pay the first S$250 (aprox US$170) of the repair costs. Also, regarding my Apple warranty, will they void it anyway whether or not I go to them to repair my case? I mean if I send my notebook to them for servicing if my notebook breaks down in the future, will they just say "You damaged your notebook, sorry." then void my insurance?