I'm a bit hesitant to share this story here, but in the interest of taking my lumps I think it's necessary. This past weekend my wife, two small kids, and I traveled to her sister's graduation. On the last day our infant was really fussy, and I did what I thought to be the dutiful thing and took him out of the restaurant and back to the car so that we could make sure everything was packed up and ready to when lunch was over. I pulled stuff out of the car, rearranged it all to fit the stroller and stuff in there when we met back up w/ the in-laws, and got in the car. As I backed up I ran over something, thought to myself, "There's not a curb there" and then though, "Oh, f***". Sure enough, I had backed up over the bookbag housing my wife's 13" MBP I got her in March for her birthday. I felt like a fool. Pulled it out, looked at it, and it was still booted up, albeit with a VERY shattered screen. Turns out the card we bought it with covers damages and theft up to $1,000 for 90 days after the purchase. After reading some similar stories of dealing with the card company online, I'm optimistic that we'll be taken care of. I'm wondering, though, how long folks have experienced Apple taking to repair a busted screen like this. I assume I'll have to send the item in to be repaired and then be reimbursed the cost of the repair by our card, but this mistake means that my wife gets my 15" MBP until her MBP is repaired. Thanks for reading this. I felt like an idiot, but my wife was really cool about it. After her shock wore off, she said, "Getting upset doesn't fix anything here. You're already beating yourself up about it enough. We'll figure something else out." I'm really lucky and blessed to have such an understanding wife when I make such a stupid mistake!