I was looking at my extremely pampered SR MBP this morning when I noticed the thin piece of metal at the top of the CD slot now bends downwards slightly. This leaves a slight gap between that thin bit of metal and the top of the casing. It's not so bad that a CD wouldn't go in the drive if I needed it to, but I have no idea how it has happened or if it'll get worse. I don't have a picture, but I have heard of it happening before. I always assumed it was some kind of damage, but damn, my MBP definitely hasn't been! I can't consult Apple just yet because I don't have time for a repair, but can anyone familiar with this sort of case issue advise me on my options? There's a local Apple authorised repair centre near me, but do I really want them replacing an entire case? I'm not so sure. Which leaves Apple, nearest store Bluewater. I'm not even sure what they'd say if I went to see a genius - would they try and blame it on damage and refuse to help? My MBP works perfectly. This is exactly the sort of issue that I have been afraid of, and it's rapidly putting me off having a laptop encased in aluminium. I'm more than a little concerned that a £2500 laptop can be so frail. All help/reassurances appreciated!