Ok, my niece had a little accident with her computer today, she was drinking a frappe and over it went right onto the center of her computer. Luckily I was sitting next to her, and in the panic of it flipped it upside down before anything could get inside the computer and shut it off by holding the power button. So far I have taken the back panel off and inspected the situation, from what I can tell most of the coffee that got in the casing was concentrated around the trackpad and battery. All the rest drained out the top of the keyboard area when I flipped it. Luckily because of the 2011's design just about all that got in funneled along a aluminum channel in the unibodys case. Keeping it away from the logic board. Anyways some liquid did funnel out the headphone jack, so tomorrow I am going to take out the logic board and check for any residue. What would probably be the best way to tackle any left over coffee that I find on the board?