So a couple weeks ago I went to put a DVD into my disc drive and couldn't get it in. I left it alone and took it into my local Mac store today. The prickish, holier-than-thou "genius" looked at it and got the drive to work again, but it won't read discs (discs can go in but can't be read). He said that they'd open it up and might have to put in a new optical drive, which could cost up to five hundred bucks. He made it sound like they probably wouldn't have to charge me that much, but the fact that he quoted that number made me mad BECAUSE I have some friends, and one of them spilled wine all over the other one's keyboard, and the friend whose computer it was got the ENTIRE keyboard and everything that was damaged fixed FOR FREE. And I don't get why mine would cost so much when his was free! Both were accidental damage or whatever, so why does mine have the potential of costing so much? I have Applecare and my computer's still under warranty and such. Agh! Just need some clarity. Thanks.