I've got an early 2011 MBP and ever since 10.7.2 it has given me several problems. I've tried reinstalling OS X twice and it has not fixed any of my problems. I don't reboot the MacBook Pro often and it only happens if I need BootCamp Windows or OS X gets an update. But when I do it always boots up twice. After I log in (I'm using FileVault so I login before it actually boots) I get the Apple and the spinning loading indicator. After watching it sit there for a good minute with the thing spinning, which is twice the amount it normally takes, it suddenly reboots. I have to log in again, but this time the Apple screen is there for about 30 seconds or so and then I get the desktop. This happens every time. Not to mention that the iCloud and Mail, Contacts & Calendars system preferences panes are unusable and Mail lags like a sloth. Anyone else have the reboot problem? Like I said I've tried reinstalling twice. I read that if you do a fresh install of Lion and then migrate only the applications from a backup and manually copy your documents over it solves the problem. But that sounds like a hassle and I'll do that only if it's the only way. I really hope 10.7.3 comes soon and fixes these problems.