okay, so I bought this computer (Macbook Aluminum 2.4 GHz - currently running Snow Leopard) last October - my warranty ends Oct. 16th. Anyways, I put a disc in the drive earlier today, and the computer took it right away. That was unusual because half the time it doesn't wanna take the disc (someone at the genius bar assured me all of these aluminum macbooks are this way). So continuing with my story, I took the disc out when I was done and I heard slight clicking noises coming from the side where you put discs in. I closed the computer because I thought it would stop it, reopened it, and it was still doing it. So then I restarted it, and I didn't hear it. Now I'm hearing it every so often. Now perhaps I am being paranoid because I've invested over $2000, had my entire screen replaced, and had three different magsafe adapters. I've read it could be a failing hard drive (and with my luck, I'm sure it is), but I thought I'd ask anyways. Either way, I'll probably take it in tomorrow. It just seems really ridiculous to me that I've had so many problems on a computer that costs me so much, and I know I'm going to have to drop $250 more on it for the extended warranty. I'm extremely gentle with this machine, and I treat it like a baby. I'm done ranting now. haha Anyways, I would really appreciate anyone's suggestions.