I purchased this new in Oct 2011 and just two days ago spilled water (sugared water at that) on the keyboard. It turn off within a few seconds. What I did next was pretty stupid: I first put it in the freezer, then in the fridge, then I took it out and parked it over the heater to hopefully let the water evaporate. I would turn on but display nothing but a grey screen. Then I took it in to the Apple Store where I was told that the cost of fixing it would be more than buying a new one. The genius told me that there was corrosion on the motherboard. The unit as a whole was not functioning but the screen was still worked. I asked the genius the remove the SDD incase I decide to sell it and don't want my info in someone's hands. Today, I turned it on and the grey screen showed a folder with a question mark inside it. I have a replacement Macbook I'm using ATM so there is no urgency. Here are my questions: 1) Is it worth fixing? I'm thinking of picking up a pentalobe screwdriver set for $16 at a local place over here and opening it up. Disconnecting and removing everything and washing it down with parts cleaner before putting it all back together. 2) My other option is selling it on Craigslist. I have it currently posted for $120 and got an offer for $100. Am I throwing something good away for little money? Keep in mind that the computer has been working without any problems at all since I purchased it brand new 3.5 years ago. I really do need a computer since I need to return the one I'm borrowing right now. PS: I have very limited knowledge of computer internals ATM. About 10 years ago I assembled my own, but haven't done anything recently. Please advise.