I've been using an iPod Touch 2G for like a month now. A few days ago, I dented its back. It happened in a painfully silly moment: I was fiddling with a wooden stick (sort of like a pool cue but shorter; other circumstances are irrelevant) while waiting for something and feeling bored, and I accidentally hit my pocket with it. I said to myself: oops, lets see if my iPod suffered some sorta damage. I never would have believed so: I didn't hit so hard, moreover it was a pretty light impact and I thought that there is no way that it had harmed the famous Apple's mighty product of utmost quality. The pretentious smile on my face froze quickly when I saw that there's indeed a dent on the metal casing. My question to you is this: Can you think of any solution to this problem? The iPod works perfectly, this is merely about aesthetics. (And my personal disappointment in Apple but nvm that). I went through the related threads here, and I guess Apple can't help. Does somebody know a way to remove the back plating though? Would that void the warranty? The dent could surely be corrected by taking off the back plating. Thank you in advance for your help, splice ps. I am new to this forum but please try to restrain yourselves from posting things such as "your problem, you dented it" or "why do you care, its a dent", not to mention other nasty comments. I know it's my "fault" and I know that the fact that it still functions perfectly makes this sort of a marginal issue so just try to be glad that yours isn't dented and if you can, please assist Please Register or Log in to view images ps2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/30334834@N04/sets/72157612746301818/ here are some pics, but their quality sucks.