After a long night illustrating children's books I was in dire need of some chilled lemonade. After almost finishing the glass, I went back to work (Not on my macbook, but on my pc - maybe that's the reason my macbook deserted me..), and after some more hours work I became a bit clumsy of the tiredness, and after some misdirected arm movements I accindently emptied the last bit of lemonade over my much beloved (and used) macbook. Of course it immediately shut down, and I removed the vital parts (the HD, RAM and Batteries), disconnected the power, and let it drie for a few days upside down. Now when I turned it on after making sure the lemonade at least had dried, it turned on, but quite slow and not without problems. It crashed almost immediately, and afterward the motherboard begin beeping like crazy. I was sure that this was the last sound my macbook would ever make, and I was planning on calling my insurance company to see if they would compensate me for the lemonade and the damage done (I wish Neil Young had wrote a song about that...). Anyway, before I was going to contact them, I wanted to make sure that the macbook was as broken as I thought it would be, and I tried it again. And to my suprise it booted, not fast, but faster than the day before and it actually stayed on, while I was checking my mail and moving stuff around on the desktop. I let it run for a while, and it seems like there was nothing wrong, except some sticky keys. As I was trying to burn a disc however, it crashed after a few minutes, and it restarted with some serious hick ups. Now after another day of testing I realized that it works a bit, but if I start stressing it, it always crashes on me, and sometimes the MB starts beeping without doing anything else. My question is... Is it really broken now, and should I call the insurance? I'm worried that the insurance isn't convinced it's broken, ánd that I'm stuck with a somewhat working, but in the end not very useful-anymore Macbook. I also think the acids in the lemonade will damage it more in the long run. Any thoughts/suggestions for what I should do? Thanks in advance.