Hi guys. I just want to ask for help about a particular situation that happened to my friend's 3-month-old MacBook Unibody very very recently. Last Wednesday, me and my friend were hanging out with both our laptops out. (Mine a MacBook white & hers a MacBook Pro Unibody). Someone was using the table before us and left a plastic cup half-filled with coffee. It was a windy day and blew in our direction. It toppled the coffee over spilling it on my friend's MacBook Pro on the side of the connection ports. We tried to wipe it off but when I carried the laptop, we could still see coffee coming out of the ports, especially the memory card slot. We brought it to the Apple Store at Greenbelt. After 1 week, my friend found out from the Apple Store employee that the logic board was affected by the spill thus causing her warranty to be void. Her dad just bought her this laptop from the States last October 2009. What's painful is that it's supposed to still be under the warranty but then this had to happen. If she decides to pay, she'd have to shell out 70 thousand bucks for it which is as good as a new one. Is there any way that someone could give an advice as to whatever can be done with regards to this matter? We tried calling Apple Asia about it but they said that nothing can be done and that even the Mac victims of Ondoy weren't given any consideration. My logic board died once before about 3 weeks after my warranty ended. We just called Apple Asia and for some strange reason, they covered the entire 36 thousand that I was supposed to pay to replace it. I still believe something can be done with my friend's Mac (she named it Sky) because if mine was saved even after the warranty, then what more hers? It's just 3 months old. Worse comes to worst, she's willing to find out if there's a "rent to own" type of thing for a second hand Mac for sale. Haha. Thanks in advanced to those who will reply to this post. It would help a lot.