Hey all, I'm a 20 year old college student who loves his Macbook (I got it about 9 months ago, so it's relatively new), and have had the most unfortunate thing happened to me. I had my Macbook on the dining room table, and went to the kitchen to get a bottle of water, opened it, took a sip, and proceeded towards the dining room to go to the living room. When I turned to leave the kitchen, my foot caught the side of the vacuum's cord, and fell flat on my face while the water bottle went up into the air, and fell on the other side of the dining table (opposite side of the macbook). I got up quickly, and saw about a 1/8 of a teaspoon amount of water between the "Qwerty" and number row, and the laptop shut off instantly. I turned the computer over, dried the keyboard with a towel (while it was still upside down) and blow dried the keyboard as well, removing the keys in the area where the spill occurred. Right now, it's turned over, opened, with a towel underneath it sitting in my room. I checked, and it won't start, and the little light on the charging cord won't light either. I can't remove the battery because I have one of the newer Macbooks, and I don't have the tools to remove the bottom covering. I don't know much about computers either, so I really don't know what else I could do. I'm really worried because I'm unemployed, so I have no income to pay for whatever damage has been done to it. I also need the laptop for college work, and the only computer I have to work with is our old Dell Dimension 3000 from 2004. I never eat/drink around my laptop because of the fear that this might happen, but what do you know, no matter what I did I still ended up ********* in the end. So my question to all of you, what damage is done to a Macbook if it's had water spilled on it? Would it be expensive to get it fixed? Should I just start planning a funeral for it? ): Any recommendations/suggestions are welcome. Thanks a lot.