Question: I've grown with my iBook SE (firewire) 466 over the years, september will be its 4th birthday. In any case, we've been through a good share of scuffles, among them a broken keyboard and spilled juice. The latter left some narsty stains throughout the entire bottom half of the shell. Most of the yellow stain I've removed from the computer during a hard drive replacement (that was fun.....). However, the speaker still maintains its yellow tint (couldn't get to the inside of the speaker). Now from removing the other junk, i know that simply running water through the area will take the junk off (i did it to the removed shell and the removed keyboard suring hard drive replacement) I'm considering running water through the speaker to removed the junk, however, i want to know more about the makeup of the speaker first. I heard that speakers can be made of paper since it vibrates well. The question is, does the inside of speaker on the clamshell ibook made of some material that would be damaged by exposure to water? side note: the rubber-like bottom of the ibook is, peeling off sorta, the glue isnt working anymore. theres crud on that too, so im considering taking the whole rubbered bottom off and gluing it back on. any suggestions as to how to do this or what kind of glue to use? anyone who can even give clues to solutions for this gets my utmost thanks and respect.