We wish to replace the hard drive in this new R600. After disassembling dozens of laptops over the decades, I'm embarrassed to admit that this has me stumped. The published instructions for the R500 do not apply. One of the problems is that the plastic is very thin. When assembled, the unit feels quite solid. With the screws removed, it's like paper, and prying is out of the question. Nothing in the manual or in the DISASSEMBLE TOSHIBA guides helps. The R600 is electromechanically similar to the R500, but there's something new. When all (and I definitely mean *all* the screws have been removed, the area atop the hard drive remains stuck together. The connectors protruding through apertures on the problem side of the unit tell me that the keyboard and top bezel should lift - but we haven't found any way to achieve that. Will Toshiba help? Or will a hard drive swap invalidate the (three year!) warranty? Thanks!