Attached is a picture, re-enacting the situation My macbook was sitting on the coffee table like so, when she knocked over a can of coke. She described the splash and steady spreading coke as going all over and around the macbook. When I came home to check it out, the rear vents were cake in dried coke. I assume that the spreading/streaming coke somehow entered into my vents and onto my mainboard, thus frying it. As of right now, it will not turn on. Battery is still charging fine though. Any ideas? She has offered to buy me a new one (well, it's our money, so I guess I'm helpinig buy a new one too?) which is fine and dandy, but we're going back to the Apple store anyways. Think it'll be a waste to sent it out? I'm almost postive they'd crack her open and say "yep, voided warranty due to user negligence." Thoughts?