I KNOW ya'll hate "to buy or not to buy" threads BUT since I spilled coffee on my laptop, I need some experienced people's thoughts. 1) I'm running a Macbook pro purchased in May of 2010 - 400GB hd, 2.66 intel core i7, 4GB of ram. I do a lot of audio production and editing of HD video files, fairly labor intensive. 2) On Thanksgiving, coffee was spilled on the counter and a bit got in and around the cover on the laptop. The laptop screen was a static image of many different colors (picture the rainbow-colored blocks you see when a TV station goes out, only much smaller) and I couldn't see the mouse of any of my folders. 3) I shut down the Mac with the power button and upon rebooting, it worked perfectly and has done so for the past two weeks without any noticeable glitches. QUESTION #1: should I spring $3k for a new MBP with a 2.5 i7/8GB ram/720GB HD @ 7200 to avoid the risk of having this baby crap out on me? I'm still worried that the liquid that spilled on it two weeks ago could affect me down the road... Or would you assume (i know, it's hard to make that call) that if it's been working fine for two weeks, the computer just freaked and will continue to work as new? QUESTION #2: Would I notice THAT much of a difference in video editing/audio production from a new MBP to make it worth spending 3K on now? Or would upgrading to 8GB of ram in my current laptop be sufficient? Sorry for being a newb and annoying the hell out of people who get this question all the time but would appreciate any thoughts ya'll have.