So I broke my 2015 '13 macbook pro because I had a freak accident where my glass randomly shattered and spilled juice over it, killing everything. Just ordered a MacBook Pro '15 that is very spec'd out (512 gb, 16 gb ram, 2.8gHz, 4 gb radeon) The way I see it: If I have accidental damage, I'll be paying $630 for it (ac+ and repair fee) instead of $750, which isn't too much of difference considering how long I plan to use my macbook, especially if I never need it. I take very good care of my electronics and bought a hard shell case for my new macbook. Replacement costs for the keyboard and trackpad are only about $30. How much would a screen or hard drive or motherboard replacement be? That being said because I spent over $2,000, I think it might just be worth it to purchase AC+ in case I have more than one incident of accidental damage or an internal issue. What do y'all think?