that's stand alone they have no excuse for not laboring to make it if not spill proof then spill resistant. I recently spilled my cup of tea over my wired white/aluminum keyboard. Should have unplugged it too, I know, but I didn't. But I was quick to turn it upside down and dry it up meticulously. Now I, as I am sure most here over a certain age, have spilt various warm liquids, soft beverages, hard liquor, beer, water, you name it over over keyboards in my lifetime, and in all honesty I 've not managed to ruin any of them. The apple keyboard has got a whole half line of keys not working. But why should they care? I 'll be shelling up my hard earned cash pretty soon for another because of this. Maybe when the stock hits $200 they 'll try to take care that their super expensive keyboards can offer a minimum of resistance to spills and decent life cycle thus.