Ughh...My 3.2 arrived yesterday after being shipped on Valentines Day. I could actually feel the love. Set it up, went to start up the bad boy and bam, wouldn't boot up. Flashing Question Mark. It didn't see any drives at first. Unplugged the power and cables in order to reset SMC. Still wouldn't boot. Booted off system disc only to find it wasn't seeing Bay 1 at all. Swapped out drives in Bay 2 with Bay 1 and the OS started up. So, evidently there is a hardware issue. Could possibly be RAID I guess but everything points to a problem with the Bay itself. Apple is sending me FedEx labels. I get to send it back and wait some more for another shot at my dream machine. I'm exhausted from waiting only to be disappointed by a machine that was clearly faulty and could have been determined before it shipped. Oh yeah...the 8800 was covered in dust. As if it had been sitting in there for months. I am optimistic about my second one. I believe this one is being shipped to the Apple Engineers for dissection. Let's hope my donation to science helps better those of you who intend on purchasing future machines. Arghhhh....more watching mac forum threads for weeks on end. But I still love Apple and their products despite this experience. No, I'm not dumb. 3.2 8core, 8800 Dusty GT, WiFi, RAID card, 4 1-TB drives packed and ready to Fedex back to Apple.