So, apparently some beer was spilled on the d-pad of my revue. This caused some buttons not to work. I figure, no problem, I will open up the keyboard and clean the contacts with 91% rubbing alcohol. So I open up the keyboard. This thing is not meant to be serviceable in any way,shape, or form. As soon as you have it open, there are two ribbon connectors that have to be removed. Then there are a series of screwes that can be removed... I assumed this would let me actually remove the actual matrix of keys. Wrong. The screws are just there for structural rigidity. When the screws are removed you still cant remove the key matrix because it is welded in place with plastic rivets. Alot of them. So as one last ditch effort I put everything back together. With a q-tip i started soaking the dpad in alcohol and then drying it. I did this several times, with improvement each time. I got it to the point where the dpad worked just fine, and all the other buttons worked fine except for the letter E and the backspace key. I figure, ok, I must be getting close, lets try one more alcohol wash. Everything has been downhill from there. You hit keys and random stuff happens. Hitting down acts as backspace. Press the right button and a message comes up saying it switched from pcm to ac3 sound, etc. ANyone have any advice for me? I really dont like the ideal of having to shell out $50 for a keyboard, when I bought the entire revue unit brand new for $80.