So a buddy of mine asked me for my advice, and I can't say I could offer a straight answer, because I really don't know. The MBP in question is a 2011 15 inch 2.2 model with a hi-res anti glare screen. The asking price is 1900, but he figures he can get it for ~1800, maybe ~1850 shipped. This was a unit about 4 months old, with one major repair on it. The owner had dropped "something" on the cover of the MBP, denting the aluminum cover, shattering the screen, and somehow killing the mobo. Assuming it dead, he bought a new one. However, he later got it repaired by Apple at a hefty cost. Now with two units, he wants to sell the old one. His question, technically, it should still be under warranty correct? And second, "could" there be any lasting damage from this? The way I see it, if the motherboard itself needed to be replaced, what's to say the other components weren't damaged in the process? And is $1800-1850 a good price for such a unit?