A few days ago, I was cleaning my keyboard and Mighty Mouse with a damp cloth and ever since they have not been working; the majority of keys on my keyboard register as others (for example, I press "H" and I get an input of "oj*[[") and my Mighty Mouse's scrollball no longer works as a third button. I've checked my preferences and everything is okay in that sense - I've got a feeling that some water may have squeezed out of my cloth and gotten into my keyboard and MM. I just got off the phone with Apple and explained my situation (although I didn't mention the water), and I was told I would either have to do a full format of OS X or visit my nearest Apple Centre, which is conveniently located 4 hours from my house. When I asked if it was possible to do this by mail, my response was "only iPod repairs can be done by mail". I purchased my iMac in September, so I'm well within warranty here, and I'm finding this ridiculous. I need these for work and school, so it's extremely inconvenient (if not impossible) for me to drive 8 hours to and from an Apple centre just for a keyboard and mouse. Is there any chance the water will dry and my keyboard and MM will start functioning again? I'm seriously considering simply buying a new keyboard and MM, but that would be an amazing waste of money since I'm covered by warranty and this level of service from Apple is simply unacceptable.