So a couple of weeks ago I posted about spilling lemonade on my Macbook and my ordeal to get a broken key replaced. I chose not to buy a new top case and decided I would just live with the missing key cap. Well, last night I started having problems for the first time since the spill. At first it was nothing major. I was playing Spore and all of a sudden my character was spinning around like I was holding the left or right arrow key. I couldn't figure out what was wrong, because the keys weren't stuck, so I restarted my computer and after that all was fine for a few hours. Later last night, while on the internet, anytime I clicked a link it tried to download the page associated with that link. Again, I restarted my computer, but the problem persisted. Then an even worse problem arose, the keyboard was typing in all strange charaters. I went to the keyboard language settings, but it said the keyboard was still in English. However, the character map DID show all of these strange symbols. I then restarted again, but the same problems with the keyboard persisted. Then, the cursor went crazy, moving around the screen uncontrollably. I attempted to restart again, but was unable because I could not control the cursor with the trackpad, so I removed the battery. Then the computer stopped turning on entirely. My suspicion is (and this may be a wild guess, I don't know a lot about computers) that something in the top case has gone bad (from the spill?) and the keyboard and trackpad were compromised (since those two seem to be the source of the problem). I took it to an authorized repair center today to have it looked at and they quoted me $108 for a replacement top case (if that's the issue). However, they said it will be up to 3 days before they have a diagnosis, so I wanted to get some ideas... is this likely a keyboard/trackpad issue or is there probably a more serious problem? If so, how much am I looking at paying for the repairs? Other than the spill, the only thing I think could possibly be the source of the problem is the fact that I opened my case to see the extent of the damage (there appeared to be virtually none, but I could be wrong). I don't know a lot about assembling computers, so I might have messed something up putting it back together. However, this was quite a while ago considering the problem just showed up today. Sorry for being so long-winded. I just wanted to make sure my description of the problem was accurate and complete.