Hi everyone! I am at the point with my MacBook where it will not boot, no matter what I try. Early 2011 MacBook Pro. Background: One year ago, I spilled liquid in the keyboard. It acted weird at first, and then went back to normal, although the left shift no longer works. I have always had issues with this Mac getting very hot--hot enough to burn my legs. Two weeks ago, I was watching a video. The screen went black and the sound kept skipping. I had to power it down, and then it turned back on no problem. This week, two days ago, it happened again while watching a live stream of a hockey game. I turned it off, and now it will not turn on. Here is what happens: 1. I turn it on, hear the chime. 2. My little login photo of my face shows up, I enter my password. 3. A loading bar pops up. 4. It loads 1/3 of the way, then freezes, at the same spot every single time. I have tried booting while holding down command R, Option PR, command option PR, D, command shift...everything I have found to do online, I have tried, and nothing works. It just can't get past that loading bar. I was able to pull the hard drive out today and back up what I needed to my work desktop Mac. I then put the hard drive back in, and tried booting it ten different ways again, but stil no luck. Is it toast? I have read that this could be the logic board or graphics card. I appreciate any info in advance. I am going to the Genius Bar tomorrow, but they will probably just tell me I need a new logic board. If so, should I do that, or replace the unit?