MacBook Pro 13.3/2.36.2X1GB/160/SD I have had this machine now two months. I had a water spill on the keyboard--a glass of water. I followed steps to let it dry for two weeks. Turning it on now there is a dark monitor, but the machine charges, powers on, and I have backed up the hard drive through target mode. I put a dvd in the optical drive while on target mode, I hear the drive run, and I can see it on the desktop file. I took it to the Apple Store and they opened the back, showed me corrosion around video cable and said that the warranty would not cover water damage. 1. But they could send it to Apple Care and for a fixed rate ($800). They would replace the logic board, video cable and make sure everything else was running properly. If they do fix it, I can still have full three year warranty that was purchased with the machine. 2. I see a lot of places that advertise liquid spill repair for between $250 and $300 on the web and on ebay. Is this an option? Genius bar says I need to have them replace logic board if I want to continue to have Apple Care warranty. If I go with outside repairs, then I will have no Apple warranty. 3. Is there wisdom in offering the machine for parts on ebay and buying a new machine. I assume that I can get my extended Apple Care refunded. I am trying to make a good decision. Are there other options? I do not want to go the ifixit route. I find this machine way too complicated to take apart.