My 2009 macbook pro just fell about one foot from my bed onto thick carpet. Everything works perfectly fine apart from one tiny bit of damage. Basically i think the hinge has bent by a tiny amount, when i close the lid the bottom right of the screen now catches on the base, i can see it is overhanging by about 1mm. Because it is catching i hear a slight "pop" sound where the case is catching when opening and closing the lid and a small mark is left on the base where it is rubbing. I can see that when the lid is closed it is sitting snug against the base in that corner instead of with a small gap as is with the other corner. I guess where it fell it has knocked the hinge slightly out of line causing the base to catch on the very edge of the screen. Here is the side that is perfectly fine: And the side that is bent/sitting too snug to the base: I know this is only a very minor problem but this machine cost alot of money, and i fear it may cause more problems down the road. Do you think this is worth attempting to repair myself, it's bent by the tiniest amount but i am scared of causing more damage. If not does it sound like an expensive repair? i have Applecare but I'm pretty sure they won't cover the costs as it is probably obvious this is caused from being dropped on the bent corner.