I bought a new MacBook 12" this weekend. I have a case for it and the keyboard cover is coming today. Wouldn't you know, coffee spilled on the keyboard and speaker grill this afternoon at work. The notebook kept working, but I shut it down quickly, since I have read that it is the best option for liquid spills -- to leave the machine off for 24-48 hours before running it. My questions: 1. Is this likely to cause any damage, short-term or long-term, even if it runs now? 2. Also, since MacBooks now have a keyboard warranty for four years from date of purchase, would a spill be likely to invalidate it in a year or two if there were keyboard problems? I have purchase damage coverage for new purchases (still would be short of what I paid). However, there is no visible damage and it is running okay, or at least was immediately afterwards, so I am not sure how to claim damage. Darn. Any informed advice is welcome.