I placed an order for the 2.0Ghz MBP on April 7th. The first machine I received was DOA. I finally received a replacement on April 25th. While the second machine was not DOA it did exhibit many of the issues of the first including excessive heat and buzzing. The first machine I received was a W8614 and the second was a W8616. Build Week 14 and 16 respectively. These were both CTO orders with 7200 rpm drives. I am extremely disappointed with the problems the machines have exhibited despite their excellent performance. The upside of all this is that Apple customer service has been a dream to deal with. The 1st machine was declared DOA and a replacement was setup. I held on to the second machine for a week (which is today) and finally called Apple. They did not even mention a restocking fee but immediately said that a return label would be sent out a full credit would be issued. The ease of returning this CTO machine was pleasing but also got me wondering. Apple has usually been very strict about their CTO return policy. Usually choosing to repair the machine instead. To me this only indicates that their is an endemic problem with the MBP hardware. The down side to all of this is that I will be without a computer. I sold my Thinkpad T40 and my Dell desktop to switch to Apple. Although I do not regret getting rid of my other machines I am now in limbo. The only thing that I can do is place a new order and pray that there is no problem. At least by placing a new order I will be back to square one. I have a full backup. Any thoughts from the community as to what I should do.