Hey everyone - Got a new 15.4" MBP, 2.53Ghz. Latest unibody model AFAIK. This is the deal: Wanted to clean greasy fingerprints off the keys. Got a damp paper towel with a little dish soap and went to town on the keyboard and touchpad. Bad idea. Keyboard very quickly started to malfunction - keys stopped working or became flaky, or would activate other keys (i.e. pressing P would cause p and a semicolon to print on screen). About 1/2 hour later, keyboard totally died. Not even the caps-lock light comes on anymore. Inverted my MBP for several hours to see if any water might escape (though it was very little water to begin with!) - didn't help the situation. Touchpad is fine. Everything else is fine. System boots and reboots without issue. I am able to attach an external USB keyboard to keep going. Only thing that I can tell is dead is the keyboard. The backlight under the keyboard still works. Based on the knowledge and experience of everyone here, what do you think I am looking at in terms of repairs? Does this sound like I fried some chip on the motherboard (implying a costly replacement of the entire motherboard)? Or will I be able to get away with just replacing the physical keyboard itself? If it is just the keyboard, would I be able to swap *just* the keyboard and not the entire upper body (can you buy the individual keyboard like that?)? Want to emphasize that this was not an actual spill of a drink - just a wet paper towel! I definitely learned my lesson here, so please help advise me on the best course of action here. TIA! EDIT - It is also my understanding that the internal keyboard is presented to the system as a USB device. I just loaded the System Profiler and it still indicates that I still have the "Apple Internal Keyboard / Trackpad" attached to my system (despite keyboard being non-functional). That leads me to ask, despite being dried out (the best I can tell, anyway), what exactly is damaged? Are there actual electronics in the keyboard? Is the trackpad and keyboard part of the same USB device? If the trackpad still works, does this likely rule out the idea that I fried the internal USB port? is the backlight (which also works fine) controlled through that same USB interface?