My refurb Mac mini arrived today, along with my order of 2GB RAM from Amazon. So I figure "hey, just upgrade it now and be done with it." So I go about cracking open the case using a thin putty knife, being ever so careful, and I've got three sides pryed up, and I'm in good shape. I give it a tug to get the rest of the case off and then I hear it: A small rattling in the partially dislodged case. I get the rest of it off and something falls to the floor. I frantically search around and discover a small electronic piece with pins, now slightly bent. Long story short, after a loud explitive likely heard throughout the neighborhood, it appears that I've ripped off the LED light for the Combo drive. It appears that piece is glued on and merely contacts the small board screwed to the front of the drive. Did I break it for good? I'm contemplating trying to super glue the piece back on and give it a try. Any issues with having no drive light in front in case I can't fix it? I'm sick about the whole thing.