Yesterday afternoon I somehow managed to tip about an ounce or two of warm (not hot) tea (without sugar) on my rMPB. And I had just bought this computer a few months ago!!!! The irony is that I was trying to move the tea away from the computer to avoid an accident when somehow my brain forgot to continue to tell my hand to hold onto the mug. WTF right? This is what I did. 1. I immediately (within 1 or 2 seconds) turned the computer upside down. 2. I ran to the gents holding the computer upside down. 3. I shut it down holding it upside down. 4. I used paper towels to dry it off the best I could. 5. I used the hand blow dryer on it for a few minutes. 6. Went home. 7. Took back off and disconnected battery. 8. Removed all the keys where the spill occurred. This is when I starting feeling positive. I only saw moisture under one of the keys and there wasn't much. 9. I put the vacuum on low, used the curtain attachment, and went over the keyboard with it for 10-20 minutes. 10. Propped the computer upside down with a heater fan some distance away for 7 hours. 11. Turned the heater fan to just be on the fan setting without heat and left it on the computer over night. (Also put one of those dehumidifiers with the little white balls next to the computer, but I don't think it did anything.) 12. In the morning I vacuumed the keyboard again. 13. I wanted to be sure no tea had gotten on the logic board, but removing it looked like a chore. I would have to reapply thermal paste etc. However, the left fan is easy to remove and was right under where the spill occurred. So, I took it out to see whether I could see any moisture. There was none under the fan. Also, I noticed that the keyboard looks fairly well sealed off from the logic board. It's covered in black plastic that seems to be glued together. 14. I decided to put the computer back together and start her up. 15. I had to spend some time on two of the keys cleaning them, because they were making popping noises. They are better now. As far as I can tell the rMPB is fine. The keys work, the computer charges and runs on the battery, and the backlight still works. So, how lucky was I? Or is it the case that if you act fast and dry out the computer that your chances are pretty good for small spills? Inspecting the keyboard it looks like it's pretty well sealed up. Not water proof or even water resistant completely, but probably somewhat water resistant. Anyway, hoping my luck continues! Who knows whether it'll break later on. But as far as I can tell there is nothing wrong. Keep your fingers crossed for me. I can't afford to replace the computer if it breaks. So, I'll be screwed!