Hello everyone, I was hoping I could get some opinion on this issue I've experienced. I purchased a 13" MacBook Pro in June and installed Lion on an intel 330 Series SSD. I upgraded to Mountain Lion 10.8.0 with the free download code as soon as possible. Everything was working fine. Anywho, I upgraded to 10.8.2 in late November and shortly after I started getting problems. The first thing I noticed was that Safari was crashing on me upon opening. Then it was other programs like Pages. Then sometimes it was every program! here's a video of my experience: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mksh0IU6RbE&list=UUg2s-YGvVv-x1FuWlGdbisQ&index=1 This would come and go after a reset. The problems started getting worse, as the system would reset itself for no reason, prompting the "system reset because of a problem" upon restart. Spotlight would continually index itself, sometimes for a few minutes, and sometimes for over an hour. It got to the point where the system would reset itself after start up. Finally, one day I tried to turn it on, only to see that the macbook would turn itself off after a few seconds of displaying just a grey screen and the spinning gears. I put in my old hard drive that came with the computer (currently spinning as we speak), and everything worked fine. The SSD was then put in an enclosure, and upon mounting the disk "Mac OS X can't repair the disk" popped up. I managed to salvage important files, but the drive is now "dead" so I can't even wipe it as far as I know. I've been reading forums, and some people have said that a lion to mountain lion upgrade may be problematic and clean install would avoid the problem. What do you guys think? It just seems insane to me that a simple upgrade could brick a hard drive. Is that even possible?