Yesterday morning I picked up my MBP carrying case only to discover that I hadn't zippered the flap completely shut. Of course, my Macbook Pro proceeded to tumble out of the case directly onto the floor. I caught it in the air, but not before the top left corner (by the magnetic AC port) smashed into the floor. Aside from a moderate dent in that corner, and some blistering on the side (right above the USB port next to the AC magnet port) and top (right above the escape key), everything is fine and the computer is 100% functional (thank god it was asleep!) My question is, did I just void my applecare warranty? This is an early 2008 Macbook Pro with 2 years left on the applecare warranty. If something goes wrong in the next two years and I bring it in for repair, will they refuse because the signs of physical damage to the laptop? If this is the case, would it help for me to document the fact that the laptop is up and 100% working after sustaining the damage? Thanks for any and all advice!