About three hours ago, my 7-month-old MacBook Pro took a sip of Sprite. Not too much though...I hope. I was moving my cup AWAY from the laptop when...well, it fell, the klutz that I am. About half the glass fell on the keyboard. Luckily, I had a cover on it. I hurriedly wiped most of the liquid off, but then some panicked part of my mind told me to take the cover off. In the process, I clearly saw some soda go in around the spacebar area and the upper area of the trackpad. It was quite a insignificant amount...a tenth of a normal paper cup, max...but an amount nonetheless. I did not immediately turn off the laptop; I did about five minutes later, when I read another post on page like this (for another laptop). I unplugged the charger as well (it was plugged in and had 100% charge). I turned it over, but no liquid came out. I remembered I had an important file open which I hadn't saved (the genius that I am -.-), so I TURNED ON MY LAPTOP AGAIN (again....just...unbelievably stupid), saved it onto a USB, and turned it off again. I can say that while I did so, I faced no problems with hardware or software. Spacebar or trackpard weren't sticky or very troublesome either. All this happened about three hours ago. Currently my Macbook is upside down, with paper towels placed inside (don't know how that came to my mind). I am at a loss for what to do. I have the 2011 Unibody 13-Inch version, running Lion. Do I have to take my battery out? What parts of the hardware would be damaged if it took a not-too-great amount of sprite around the spacebar and upper trackpad area? Do I have to have it repaired? Anything I can do on my own? I'm sorry for all the questions, but I'm new with macs, and I'm only 15, with all my schoolwork in my laptop, and I am really freaking out. I know it's all my fault for being so careless, I am not bringing soda within hundred meters of my laptop ever again! But this laptop wasn't cheap, and I don't want to have to pay for another one because of the ruined warranty and whatnot (in my school, it's mandatory I pay for another macbook once one is ruined). HELP, PLEASE!!!