Hi all, I have a late 2013 MBPr. Last night, I was in a rush to get something printed out, and I had to quickly plug in a usb printer to spit out 2 documents. In my haste, I plugged in the usb cable at a sharp/high angle. I heard a "cracking" noise that made me have a heart attack. Upon checking the usb port, it seems to be fine and works with all connected usb devices. I touched the inside tab that makes the usb connection, and it seems strong and rigid. I'm HOPING it was just the neck of the usb cable making a noise from the sharp bend. Has anyone experienced a physically broken USB port on these newer macbooks with the aluminum chassis? I played around with an older USB hub to see how tough that little plastic tab is, and it seems they are all designed to flex a bit. It took a deliberate prying against it with a screw driver to snap it. I'm hoping my macbook is fine, and I'm just being OCD. Also, in the event a USB port needed replacement, is that something an Apple store could do? Or, would that have to be shipped out? Thanks for the info!