Hello all, I'm seeking a little advice for an issue with my 2006 MBP. To begin with, I'm running a 2GHz Intel Core Duo MBP that I purchased in August, 2006 with AppleCare. Late last year/early this year, I began to notice some graphics problems with my computer that was eventually diagnosed as a logic board failure. At the time, my computer had a couple of nicks/dents/scratches (I'd had it for over two years at this point, after all) which gave me some issues in securing the logic board replacement through AppleCare, but eventually Apple Customer Relations sorted it out and replaced the logic board, battery, keyboard, trackpad, and bottom case. (Original Thread) Anyway, Apple performed the repair in March, and my AppleCare expired a few weeks ago in August. Then, this week (Monday, I think), I noticed a really weird... I don't know how to describe it, popping sensation, I guess, as I opened my laptop. I didn't give it much thought, and then this morning, I noticed that the bottom case has warped right above the latch button. (See attachment) As I understand it, this is actually a pretty common occurrence with the MBPs... something about the computer's heat causing warping in the case? But I'm wondering what, if any, my options are in getting Apple to fix this now that my machine is out of AppleCare warranty. Is there a warranty period on actual repairs performed under AppleCare? Is this something Apple might be willing to repair simply as a courtesy? Anything?