Bought for over 6000€ worth of apple equipment in october 2004. It took them 4 months to deliver my dual 2.5 G5. Last week, I ran the apple hardware test because I found out my fans were ramping up way too quickly. It gave me an error message which contained "CPU A" and some other digits and characters. I took it in to my dealer, and now he got back to me with some well, amazing results. He states that a faulty sata harddisk connector is the problem. He states I broke the connector when installing a second harddrive. But I installed that hardrdive more than 6 or 7 months ago. Both harddrives worked flawlessly, never had a single incident with one of them. And now he claims this causes the cpu fan revving AND the cpu A error code in the apple hardware test? And believe it or not, since they claim it is my own fault, I have to pay the hourly rate, and they also advised me to install a new HD. Can you believe they are advising to install a 80 gb sata drive??? It's a 3300 euro machine, why whould I ever install such a small harddisk. Either way, they say it's out of warranty cause I supposedly broke the connector, so my applecare (which i bought) can't help me out. I'm not happy with this treatment. How is it possible that a faulty connector which causes no harddisk problems at all, is the root of a cpu A error code with very noisy and fast blowing fans?? I don't get it, anybody else has experience with this kind of thing? All I know is, i will not pay for this fix.