I was working on my 1 year old 13" unibody MBP and tipped over a glass of water. Some caught the keyboard and I immediately turned it upside down (with the screen open) and took off the bottom panel. I tore out everything down to (but excluding) the mobo, and it was clear that no water had made it through to the vital components. After a few days of drying out in a warm room, I reinstalled the drives and hooked up everything. My laptop works fine, but I had literally just bought applecare shortly before that since I was coming up on the 1 year mark. I also bought it because I was seeing some weird issues (when i open the lid after sleeping, the screen sometimes flickered on and off once or twice, etc). My question is, am I now SOL if anything happens to it in the future? I'm guessing apple has all sorts of indicators in this thing so they can detect water damage - and indeed I would understand if the keyboard crapped out and they didn't want to replace it, but I do know for a fact that no water made it anywhere near the motherboard, cpu, ram, etc. Any suggestions on what I should do? Can I get apple to certify that the machine wasn't damaged somehow?