This is sort of joke thread and sort of serious. A client of mine several years ago drove a mile with her MacBook Pro 15 2012 on her roof. If fell and smashed on the pavement and the screen got ripped off. It was open and flew into a ditch. Anyways there was a little bit of the screen left when it was found. My client already purchased a replacement computer after looking along the road for a bit without finding it. It was about 25 feet from the road when located. Their backup was restored aside from a few files. Luckily for them they found the machine, I got the files that were not backed up restored and everything was great. They had no desire to get the machine back and they even left me with a working 512GB SSD after I returned their updated files back to them. After the job was done and the data was safe, I decided to power the thing up. I knew the SSD and OS were good as I put it into another 2012 retina. What did I have to loose? Anyways it powered up amazingly. This was 2 years ago and its been working perfectly well as my "tv computer" ever since. HDMI and thunderbolt port works fine as does the left USB. So I was thinking geesh its still working. I will happily pay Tier 4 service to get it rebuilt. Last time my dad spilled OJ all over his MacBook it was $850. Do you think they'd still service it? I have a serial number and a totally working logic board. So the question is, do I mail it in or show up at an apple store with a monitor to show it works, with some cosmetic issues..... Its 130 miles to an apple store however. What do you think they'd do?