Long story short: I spilt a bit of tea on the keyboard of my almost one year old MBP Unibody 17" and somehow (!!!) the keyboard works perfectly but clicking on the trackpad is absolutely dead. The trackpad still recognizes every gesture I give it so it's not entirely dead. As soon as I spilled the tea I shut the thing down, but thanks to the brilliant engineering of Apple I couldn't disconnect the battery. I immediately opened up the laptop and sopped up any drops I found inside of the computer and then let the thing dry for about 36 hours (even used a hairdryer on low for a while and then left it on top of an air conditioner all night). So now I'm trying to figure out what exactly to do. I plan on taking it to an apple store as I have applecare, yet it is liquid damage. Does anyone know from past experience if Apple would void my applecare protection because of this? Would it be a good idea to carefully take the laptop apart and cleanup any tea residue and then bring it to the genius bar and feign ignorance?