Because if you, hypothetically, were to spill water on your brand new MacBook Pro touch bar model that's your pride and joy and not even a week old, you would find it hard to perform all the necessary emergency procedures without accidentally booting it at least once. Or possibly 3 times. This is particularly annoying since it's crucial to keep it powered down until it fully dries out. I'm crying quite a lot, as well as kicking myself very hard for stupidity, but I have a question I'd like some advice on. It wasn't a big spill and I did all the right things (apart from the accidental booting) - flipped it in the first second, soaked up water with wads of absorbent paper etc - and it's now upside down drying over a towel. So if I'm very lucky it might just work and if not I'll have to pay for repairs. Which ever happens would I be better off to sell it - with full disclosure to the buyer - to recoup what I can and buy a new one? I'm going into retirement and this will be the last high end computer I can afford. I really want something that will last and not have expensive problems in the future. Or should I just keep it and hope for the best?