So I'm flying from St. Louis to Chicago O'Hare and just as I ordered that coke I knew I shouldn't have, we hit pretty good turbulence. In something out of a high school physics text book question scenario, the plane dropped something like 20 feet instantly, my cup was in my hand, I was strapped to the seat via seat belt, and the coke was hovering in mid air in front of my face for a brief second. The coke hit the overhead above me, and then rained down on me, the guy next to me and all over the keyboard of my brand new (2 week old) VAIO. I was at a point of very low battery anyways, so I turned it off and dryed it off as best as I could. There was coke inside the connector area when I pulled the battery off. When I tried to turn it back on, the green power light would come on but nothing would happen on the screen. Needless to say I was extremely upset and angry last night on my way to the hotel. The guy sitting next to me on the plane (who also got a good portion of the coke on him), recommended I turn it over and dry it out for the night. So I did that by opening the screen up all the way and this morning I plugged it into the AC power cord and it started up. So that was absolutely awesome to see. However, now I've got some sticky keys on this things and I can't see a way to pop these keys off to clean them. Can anyone help me out here?