Help! My 23" cinema display got "sprayed" by a mysterious substance (OK, a cat got to it, don't even ask). I cleaned the LCD surface itself with a microfiber cloth and water, no problems there. My problem is that some of the liquid (aka PEE) has gotten down in between the LCD and the plastic surround on the bottom (is this the bezel?) Is there a way of cleaning this, i.e. opening the case and cleaning the residue? I tried wetting the edge of a piece of paper and wicking out the liquid, but that didn't work. Any of you technicians out there have any advice? Have searched all over. If safe, I'd rather do this myself, cleaning it with alcohol -- It'll be pretty embarrassing to have to take this thing in to a service department and have to explain how it managed to get pissed on! Plus I'd be out a monitor and unproductive in the meantime. The following is not at all related to my query, but for the record: I absolutely LOVE this display, which I got to replace dual 17" CRTs. If you're wondering about getting one DO IT TODAY! I have to use a PC for one app that opens up about a million windows, so I've been using it via Win XP's Remote Desktop Connection. I also just set up the new version of Virtual PC as well, which seems to be a bit slower. Running Panther on a dual 1 GHz G4, 1 GB RAM. God I love this machine!