I dropped my MBP today (about 10 minutes ago, actually) and so not to waste any time, I'm looking into my options for repair. The damage is confined to the casing on the disc drive front corner, making it very hard to insert and remove discs. All internals, including the disc drive, are working as normal so far. The thin casing strip above the disc insert is just bent outward about .5 cm and the top casing is bent slightly downward on the corner. Unless someone has another suggestion, I've narrowed my options to either taking the thing apart myself and trying to bend it back as best as I can or sending it into macservice.com. MacService's website says they will replace the bottom case for $350 and if I decided that I want the whole thing to look like new, I could also have the top case replaced for another $350. I'm a college student, so I have plenty of other things to be using my money on. I've never dissected a laptop before... what would I be getting myself into if wanted to get at that corner to bend it back? I'm guessing all the components sit inside the bottom casing so I wouldn't actually be able to remove that part., but only take off the top.