A few months ago (back in March), a slight bit (and I mean like a few drops, less than 1 ounce) of water was spilled on my late-2008 15" MacBook Pro. As a result, the batter wouldn't charge the the screen would occasionally flicker. Last Thursday, I sent my computer in for repair to the Apple repair center. They quoted me a price that was out of my range (for the $1200 they were asking, I could get a brand new one), so I declined the repair and had to shipped back to me. I picked it up from my Apple Store yesterday, and found a whole new bunch of issues. - My wifi does not work. My airport icon says "Wi-Fi: no hardware installed." Nothing shows in system profiler, and I did all of the SMC/PRAM/firmware resets under the advisement of AppleCare over the phone. - My computer does not sleep; it will either stay on, or boot right back up with the screen closed. - It does not shut down either, it constantly reboots itself - (May or may not be related) My operating temps are higher When I called AppleCare again and went back to my store, they basically gave the me run around saying "Oh, well it's liquid damage. It could happen any time." I find it slightly odd that none of these issues were present, even intermittently, before I sent it in and they've manifested themselves immediately after repair. Anyone have any ideas as to what I can do? Have any of you had even a slightly similar case where they repaired it? I'm not even asking for a full repair, I just want it back to the state in which I sent it in (namely, getting my wifi working again). I don't want to accept the fact that I'm basically screwed with this. As a customer, I can at least expect my computer to be returned to me in the same state in which I sent it in. And it's not like this is a data loss issue, this is a full fledged hardware meltdown that seems to be a direct result of whatever their technicians did.