So here's my situation. A few weeks ago I noticed my MBP wasn't recognizing the my battery anymore, there was just an X over the battery symbol. And the button on the side wasn't indicating my battery strength. I used it like that for a couple weeks till I had time to bring it to an Apple Store. When I brought it in the genius technician opened it up and noticed there was water damage. I was pretty pissed off because I don't remember spilling anything on it, but a lot of people use my laptop so I didn't complain and asked what the resolution was. The genius guy was nice enough to say he was going to pretend he didn't notice the water mark and see if a new battery would fix the problem under my apple care warranty. Unluckily he came back to me and said that didn't work, and advised that I get the battery board replaced, hoping that fixed the problem. About two days later I get a call from a technician telling me that replacing the battery board wouldn't fix the problem and that I needed to replace the logic board quoting me at $1100+. I decided against it, I figured I would use the laptop as a desktop because I didn't want to spend the $1100 getting it fixed. So my fiancee goes and picks up my MBP for me, I bring it home, and now it doesn't work at all! It won't even turn on. Needless to say I'm extremely pissed because I can already foresee the outcome. Apple will say there's water damage and its not there problem. I called the store only to have some genius technician rush me off the phone and just kept telling me to bring it in and set an appointment. I go from having a MBP that works perfectly fine excluding the battery, to having a MBP thats completely dead and won't turn on. What do you guys think will happen? Should I continue to complain to a manager or am I SOL?