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-[* black] Time for a peek inside. Looking for a point of entry, we tip the Studio onto its back and inspect the base.
-[* black] A subtle strip of air vents borders the entire bottom panel. At each corner, we find a round rubber foot.
-[* black] Happily, each foot conceals a (long) Torx screw—we know what to do with those.
+[* black] Enough of the outside, we're here to see what's on the ''inside''. We tip the Studio onto its back and inspect the base, hoping to find our way in.
+[* black] A strip of air vents borders the entire bottom panel, and at each corner we find a round rubber foot—concealing a Torx screw.
+ [* icon_note] The two on the front corners were of the extra-long variety. As manufacturers continue the fight against visible screws, we're okay with this solution—it's certainly better than gluing the entire thing shut.
[* black] Screws jettisoned, the heavy bottom cover still holds on by way of several clips. So, we apply a little [product|IF145-023|suction power|new_window=true] to help yank it free.
[* black] With that, we're inside the ~~[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-VemJ8TxjEM8/UgQ27aSgGKI/AAAAAAAAEEU/qTOgH-PtC00/s400/sb48.gif|Actors|new_window=true]~~ Surface Studio.