I have a MBP I bought in November 2007 so it's just barely over a year old. I started having problems with the DVD drive right away - it seemed to be always spinning and wouldn't let my computer "sleep". I sort of ignored the problem for awhile until recently it simply just started ejecting the DVDs as soon as they were put in the drive. So now my MBP has been at an authorized Apple dealer for 3 days now. First they tried replacing the drive - same issue - the discs were just ejecting. So they hooked up an external drive and had the same issue. So they though it was a logic board problem. New logic board put in today... same problem. But the logic board was tested and seems to be fine. So now they think that possibly the first drive they tried to replace was DOA and want to try to order and install a new one. So now I am looking at next week before I get my MBP back. My question is at what point do I call AppleCare to see about possibly just replacing the laptop? My gut is telling me that I have a bigger issue here and I don't want to spend weeks letting the shop figure it out. Any advice offered would be very greatly appreciated. Thanks!