My first new mac, a 2.0 G5, came in the mail today. My excitement soon turned to fear, then frustration as I discovered that the constant clicking was from a defective fan. I believe it is the power supply fan, as it is located in the lower lefthand corner of the front of the computer. Regardless, I am frustrated because I purchased a refurb model that Apple states has gone through a stringent testing proccess to assure quality. I had to drive a half hour each way to the apple store, which won't be able to get my computer back for at least 5 business days. This is a major inconveneice for my own business, let alone personally frustrating. Why wasn't this detected in apple's "stringent testing"? Will Apple do anything to compensate me, such as memory upgrade, or should I request some compensation? If I do, will this be in vain? I'm just not off to a good start with Mac.