I have been holding dearly to my 2011 MacBook Pro 17", knowing that Apple would not make another one. Over a month ago, my drunk S.O. spilled water on it. I have previously disassembled this laptop routinely for cleaning and applying new thermal paste, so I have the toolkit on hand. A minute after the spill, I had the back cover opened and cut power to the logic board. In 40 minutes, I had the laptop disassembled down to the keyboard. I wiped the logic board with clean cloth and clean it with 91% rubbing alcohol. I then use a hair dryer to blow on the keyboard from the backside. After a couple of days drying, I reassembled the laptop, but it won't turn on. Then I took the laptop to the Apple Store, but the Apple "Genius" (and I put it in quotation for a reason) told me that my logic board is gone and I need to pay close to $1000 to fix it. I took it home and then remembered that the power switch is connected to the keyboard, so there was a chance the keyboard is bad and prevented the laptop from turning on. I bought and installed the replacement keyboard. After pressing the power button, the charm came on and I felt a great weight has been lifted off me. It been over a month since my laptop came back to life and I have been using it everyday. So, should I still be worry about consequence of the spill coming back to haunt me later?