Long story short, there's a ton of water damage on the inside of my 13" retina MBP (coke, I think). The trackpad is fully depressed and doesn't click, but otherwise works fine. There's no other issues with the machine. I took the machine into the Apple store and the repair was quoted at $500 minimum, but probably more. They said they couldn't adjust the screw that controls the trackpad click because of the water damage, and so the entire lower unit will have to be replaced (battery and all). They said further components could be damaged, which might also drive up the cost. Although I have extended warranty coverage under my CC, water damage is not covered. A refurb 13" retina MBP is a little over 1k, so might cost only a bit more than the repair to the current machine (which has a few dings). The only real problem is that it's very difficult to drag/drop with a faulty trackpad, which I've learned is more important/functional than you might think. I could hold off on a repair/replacement for a few months, but I'm really not sure what to do. I mean, my computer is already 1.5 years old with a few dings, and the repair will cost anywhere from one-third to half the cost of a new machine. That seems outrageous, but I guess that's the consequence of so many glued components. Is the MBP due for an update/refresh anytime soon? What would you do? WWJD?