Hello, So yesterday I managed the nerve-wracking task of swapping out my Macbook Pro hard drive for a new 7200rpm 320GB Western Digital drive. Sadly, while putting it back together, I had a brain freeze while replacing the VERY LAST SCREW, and accidentally put it in the left-side thread for the DVI port. ARGH! It's the same diameter, wasn't paying attention. Now the screw is stuck in there. It's totally loose, can rotate and shake it, but the problem is the screw head is beyond the open port in the casing. It's too narrow to slip some kind of pliers in & around, it doesn't fall out on its own even with careful shaking, and putting a screwdriver to it just pushes it back in. I even tried a tiny drop of krazy glue stuck on the end of an implement, thinking I could then pull it out directly and dissolve it with acetone, but that very nearly ended in disaster. Any clever suggestions???