Hi MacRumors, got my CTO MacBook Pro 15" - sporting hi-res glossy and 7200RPM harddrive. The situation is: did I make the wrong chose? After using it for a day, I noticed the noise it produced. I just thought it was the fans because of the graphiccard which I couldn't do that much about, but after a little searching and experimenting with the fans, I can conclude it is indeed the 7200RPM that's making annoying noise. Did I make a wrong chose when I chosed the 7200RPM over the larger, but slower 5400RPM? Here, I am not talking about performance, but the noise level. To be honest, I would much more want a slower, but quite harddrive than a faster, but annoying harddrive. I have 4 choses now: Just go with this setup and get used to it. I don't like this solution. Buy a 5400RPM for 80$-90$ - enough for a 500GB harddrive. Either buy a case and use the 7200RPM as external or sell it. Call the different Apple Premium resellers and hear if they eventually have a top-end 15" with hi-res screen. Like this if they have one in stock. Would not have to wait. Get a full money return by Apple and make them ship a new one to me. I would have to a wait another week or two, but rather that than annoyance over the next couple of years. The only problem is that I'm 16 years old and it's been bought in my dad's name, and I already screwed up twice last year. I am pretty sure he will be pissed at me for making the wrong choice three times in a row within such small period of time. Though, this machine has costed me freakin' 4000$ so tbh I want to be bitchy about it, I want it to work and sound as I imagined when buying it. Yes, that's a total of 222 work hours for a 16 year old like me. SSD is out of the picture - I am not paying 250$ for a 128GB SSD and I can't live with only 60GB. What would you advice me to do? As I bought it from Apple.dk (yes, I am from Denmark ) I should still have my 14 full money refund available.