Hello everyone- I just had a question to ask all of the very helpful people at Macrumors forums, and your time and replies are greatly appreciated. Anyway, I currently own a June '09 2.53GHz MacBook, and take it to school everyday. I'm trying to make it last until about 2012, or when my AppleCare Expires. Anyways, I was wondering if it can withstand being bumped around for 2-3ish more years, as it already has what I would call a "reverse dent" on the underside of the case. That is, a dent that comes outward instead of inward, near the RAM Slots. I've already taken off the cover, and I have no idea how this was caused. I also use a Speck Case. I'm just wondering if this is normal, or if anyone thinks I would be better off buying one of those 300 dollar netbooks? I only use this for note-taking and essay/projects at my school, while at home I have it connected to a display and it never moves. As just a quick general summarizing question, i'm just curious as to what everyone else would do? Thank you very much and have a wonderful day.