I have a first generation MBP (bought a couple of weeks after they first went on sale in 2006). A few weeks ago I spilled a drink on it. I did the usual things - turned off at once etc etc. I took it to the Apple store, and it seems that the damage is pretty serious. When they opened it up, they couldn't see any trouble below the top case, but when they tried to boot it, the screen came on as usual, together with the clock-like animation, but after about 30 seconds it just rebooted. The same thing happened when trying to boot from a FW drive. They suggested that there were probably logic board problems that they couldn't see, and that repair would be $1000 or $1300 depending on how serious it is. I just opened it up myself, and it's as they say - no obvious damage below the top case. It still won't boot, though! The screen is definitely fine, and I imagine much of the rest of it is, too. Obviously the machine is old enough that it's not worth even $1000 to repair. What are my options? I'm imagining that either I could try to repair it myself (which seems a bit tricky, as I don't know what the problem is), sell it as it is, or dismantle it and sell it for parts. Any suggestions? How much might I be able to get for it in its current state?! I took photos when disassembled and can post them if anyone thinks it will help.