It depends on the extent of the damage to the charge port. You may be able to squeeze the metal surrounding it back together with a pair of pliers if the port is otherwise undamaged. This would require you to remove the back casing.If the port is damaged it may need to be replaced.
I would go for the clear double sided tape. It's not going to hold as well as the original space material they use on those things but it will be better than the foam stuff. As for the bezel, I have no idea as they aren't sold on any of the places I normally shop.
Either the digitizer was damaged, or the impact of the drop caused the cable to get knocked loose. Either way the device will need to be opened in order to determine the issue. While nowhere near as big of a pain as the surface pro 3, the pro 2 is still one of the more difficult tablet repairs and shouldn't be taken lightly.
If you're unable to get it to restore or update, then you may want to consider replacing the hard drive and then applying the update to the new hard drive. However, I only recommend this as a last resort option.
Hi Steven. This is actually a fairly common issue with the PS4, and luckily for you, it's very easy to fix. Inside the optical drive there are two rollers and when these rollers get dirty the drive will struggle with inserting and ejecting discs. All you need to do is remove the optical drive and clean the rollers with some alcohol or windex and it will work good as new. Here is a guide on how to remove the optical drive: PlayStation4 光学ドライブの交換 Good Luck!
It doesn't look like the iFixit shop sells the bottom case. From what I can tell the Star Wars edition has Darth Vader printed on the top case and just a standard bottom case. You should be able to find one on ebay. The repair itself is just removing three screws from the back and popping the case off. Good luck.
Unfortunately that LCD is broken and cannot be repaired. It looks like when you lifted it, the screen flexed a little too much and cracked. As far as the second part of your question, it's really up to you on how much you want to sink into repairing this device.