Not too long after I got my powerbook back in October, I decided it'd be a good idea to take it on my bunk (in a dorm room) to test my wifi setup. Long story short, I quickly realized it was actually a terrible idea when I saw my laptop falling to the floor almost 6' below me, the floor just happened to be concrete with a thin layer of carpet. Luckily, the computer still works fine, just the case is a little bent on the back-left corner, so is the screen housing. I searched on ebay for new casings, and found some for TiBooks, but none for the Aluminum models. Does anyone know if I can get a new case for it, or what I should do about the screen part (I'm assuming it's easy enough to change the housing around it because Apple put in a new screen without replacing the bent part, I had the white spot problem on my screen). I could *probably* just take everything apart and bent it back into shape, but I'm a little apprehensive about this. I could maybe also lie to Apple, come up with a good reason for it being bent, and get it fixed under warranty. What do you guys (and girls) recommend??? I wanna get it fixed. Pictures of the damage.