I bought my first Mac, a new aluminum Macbook, in October. It's been working great since then with just one exception. The friggen Bluetooth. The problem was minor; annoying, but minor. If a Bluetooth mouse was connected when I closed the lid to let the computer sleep, it wouldn't wake up from it's sleep. I would just end up with a black screen and would have to power it down manually and start it up again. I tried this with a few Bluetooth mice and got the same result, so I just started to turn off the mouse before I closed the lid and avoided the problem. Today, I was just browsing the internet when I got an error message that said I had to power down my computer and restart it. So I did, and when I got back to my desktop I got another message that said OS X had some problem and noticed things were kinda screwy. For starters, the keyboard shortcuts were all messed up. If I pressed the increase volume button, the dashboard would show up, etc. I also noticed that the Bluetooth icon on the top bar was gone and my mouse wasn't working. After about a half hour, the keyboard shortcuts magically fixed themselves, however the Bluetooth still hasn't appeared and the Bluetooth Setup Assistant is nowhere to be found. I did a TM backup a few days ago so I decided to just restore the machine from that point. Still no luck. I'm starting to think this is a hardware issue, but I wanted to see if anyone else had this problem before I run off to the Apple store.