I made a huge mistake after owning my Macbook for only 3 and a half months. I split coffee over the keyboard and I brought it to my local Best Buy where I had bought it. They recommended taking it the Apple Store downtown. I take the skytrain to downtown and the people at the Apple Store were very nice but gave me an estimate of $1400 to fix a Macbook that only cost me $1300! The person at the store strongly recommended we file the damaged Macbook under house insurance. When my father went to do this, we were told that legally that is insurance fraud. We couldn't believe that an employee of Apple was encouraging us to do something illegal! We ended up going back to Best Buy and after much discussion they were able to replace my Macbook for $900. I realize I made a stupid mistake but I cannot understand how it could cost $1400 to repair the Macbook or how we were told to file it under house insurance only to be told that that is illegal! I am very disappointed at how Apple was unable to help us and severely misguided my family and I.