Okay so yesterday my housemate knocked over a water bottle right on to my barely month old rMBP maxed out model. Luckily because of it's great design the water just kinda sat on the keyboard. I immediately tilted it over to get all the water to fall of and dried it. The computer didn't turn off and the screen was still working so I powered it down, left it upside down with a towel in between the keyboard and the screen. Then this morning about 18 hours after the accident, I accidentally turned it back on because that power button is just a regular key and was accidentally pushed. Anyway the computer seems to be working fine, the ports work, screen still clear no dead pixels or anything, all keys work, I restarted it shut it down and turned it back on, it seems perfectly fine except for little water marks in the speaker holes that you can notice when you look at a specific angle, it's weird and hard to explain. Anyway luckily it's still working perfectly BUT also I bought the accidental 2 year warranty from Best Buy for it. Now the thing is I don't want to bother with anything now because it's working fine. However a scenario occurred to me. With the new rMBP coming in the next few months, the older model that I have will be discontinued shortly after that time, and what happens if mine just craps out sometime in 2014 from the water damage, with these laptops where everything is one with the motherboard aside from the SSD, if it were to break how would besbuy replace it? Would they give me the new model of the same specs since the old one wouldn't be supported or could they give me the 2599$ credit and then I'd pay the difference for the new one? Has anyone had experience with this?