So UPS delivered my first Mac today. And all of my joy and excitement was sucked away, as I opened the box only to find it damaged. While the box looked pretty decent (no obvious exterior damage, save a weak-looking corner), packed somewhat tightly with solid sheets of 2" styrofoam on all 6 sides, with peanut filler, the unit had clearly taken a fall. The front foot had been bent slightly, giving the whole unit a leftwards lilt. But the top rear handle had been crushed down nearly flush with the top of the case, and forced the side of the same handle out and down, preventing the case from being opened. The unit still appears to boot, and the few minutes I spent with it, everything inside seems functional. So, small miracles, right? But I'm definitely going to need to get into this thing soon for upgrades and hard drives, and I definitely can't bend this thing back into shape with my bare hands. (Though I did give it a shot.) I figure it's going to take a pry bar, but I'm also pretty sure that just screw up the case more. Does anyone have any tips for reshaping this? Or am I better off trying to hunt down a whole new case?