My friend's 13" touch bar suffered a spill accident. I can't blame apple when fluid hits a machine, but what's interesting is that he tried to recover some stuff and took it to Apple. According to him, the spill was minor. Apple could NOT retrieve anything off of the SSD and could do nothing after it failed to mount using their own device designed to rescue and transfer data. Data recovery companies said they couldn't do it either. One data recovery company said they believed they could do it, but wanted 1000.00 for the job. Cost to repair (I assume full MB replacement) is 750.00. Now I don't have a problem with this because everyone should back up drives and it's so easy to protect yourself. But know that, if you don't, data recovery may NOT BE POSSIBLE. Naturally this can happen with older machines too. My friends rMBP was the same deal and it had a regular drive in it. Still, I believe that, in the event of a catastrophe, these new machines may be tougher to save. BACK UP YOUR STUFF! Cheers, R.