So about a week ago I spilled some water on my ibook G3. It was not a whole lot of water, although I could tell some did get in through the edges around the trackpad. Because I am an idiot, I did not immediately power off the machine (as I now know I should have) and it proceded to freeze in a couple of minutes. After a day or so, it came back to life, but with a horribly distored display. Every function of the ibook seems to work perfectly, except for the display, which is barely readable, certainly not in any long term sense. The guy at the apple store told me right off the bat it was a logic board issue and would be like 700 dollars (i've already had the board replaced under the extension program). A guy at tech store tentatively agreed with that diagnosis, although neither of them cracked open the thing. I've run the hardware test program, which says that the logic board "passed" although gave an "error detected" for the Video Ram. Hooking the computer up to an external display yields the same video problem. I know nothing! Is there anyway this computer is saveable without dropping a ton of cash? It seems so close to working except for this one very critical thing of barely being able to read anything on the screen? If anyone can offer any help/advice, I would be eternally grateful!