I'm thinking of getting SquareTrade for my new MacBook mainly for the accidental insurance. Considering I sometimes eat or drink next to it, and even take it to the park, work, and coffee shops it might be good protection especially for spills. Unfortunately, AppleCare doesn't offer protection against accidental damage (which is my #1 concern) for the MacBook otherwise I would have purchased their warranty for sure. So is anyone else getting SquareTrade or has already gotten it for their MacBook? I see that for the 1.2/512 version that falls in their $1500-$1999 range, the plan would be $210 with a $75 deductible per incident for two years. They also have a no deductible $280 plan for two years. The two years is the sweet spot for me because I will probably upgrade in 2017, as there should either be an extra port, a 14" screen or at least a faster processor with better battery life if not the other features. I'm hoping I will never have to submit a claim, so if I claim 1 or 0 claims it seems more favorable with the $75 deductible because I will save $70 (for 0 claims, paying $210 instead of $280) and at most lose $5 (for 1 claim, paying $285 instead of $280). Obviously, I will lose an additional $75 for every additional claim after 1, but it seems the chances of more than 1 claim are unlikely in a two year period based on my past history and care for Apple computers. On top of that, I have heard that they will only insure up to the cost of the laptop and at that point I would need to purchase new insurance anyways. Please post your experience, suggestions, and insight regarding SquareTrade insurance for the new MacBook and whether or not it is worth it when considering the potential out-of-pocket costs for repair of the new 1.2/512 MacBook. Even if there's a discount, promotion, or better price for the insurance it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!