My Macbook is coming on to two years old, and although I take good care of my Macbook, over the recent weeks it just seems to be falling apart on me. Firstly, at either side of the trackpad (were your wrists would sit), the top panel seem to be coming away from the rest of the laptop casing. At either side of the trackpad, there is a bulge in the plastic were it's seperating from the bottom half of the casing. Secondly, I've noticed where the two magnetic ridges at the top of screen touch when it's closed there are cracks. I'd put it down to slamming the lid shut to hard, but like I said, I've taken pretty good care of the Macbook so was suprised to see this happen. Finally, the lid feels loose and wiggles quite a bit from side to side ... and the DVD drive doesn't except certain DVD types. Most recently, blank dual layered DVD's. Now, both these issues I've had since day one, so I've learned to live with them. But the previous two, they're a bit more concerning. So my question is, if I was to nip by an Apple store with my Macbook what are the chances of them repairing it? I bought the Macbook back in January 06' through the HE store. I hear there is some 3 year warranty with HE purchases, but not entirely sure if I bought mine before or after this got put into place. Also, any idea on what kind of time frame there'd be on repairing it? The closest Apple store is a good 1hr/30min drive away, so would be an ideal if it was a day job (I understand it's probably not, though). Cheers.