Hello, My late-model Macbook Pro (2016, non-touchbar, no AppleCare) has lost its backlight. For a few days the back-light had lost some of its LEDs along the bottom row. Silly me thought I could wait it out until Tuesday's event and move to a new one rather than trying to fix it, etc. Alas, without any further warning, it's now totally black. Reflection alone cannot reveal anything at all. I'm positive that it works fine other than the back-light, but I can't log in, etc. All I really want to do is get the data off of it. I don't have a USB-C monitor. If I did, I'd have to hope that I can log on solely through the external monitor. I think that's possible, but I'm not sure. If I had a new Macbook, I'd have to hope that I could transfer data over without having to log into the old one directly. I'm not sure if this is possible or not (seems to be not possible according to Apple's support). Any comments or recommendations? Thank you.