Hello everybody, maybe somebody can help me with this: AppleCare on my almost three-year old iMac with Fusion drive ends in about a month, at the end of October. Two days ago, I got a DriveDx warning that the 3.0TB HDD part of my fusion drive is dying ("Advanced S.M.A.R.T. status: FAILING (2 issues)". However when using the Apple hardware test (booting with "D" key pressed), looking up About This Mac – System Report - SATA/SATA Express - S.M.A.R.T. status and using "First Aid" on Disc Utility, I don't get any errors/warnings (yet). As my AppleCare is about to expire soon: Will Apple replace my hard drive based on the Advanced S.M.A.R.T. status failures read out by DriveDx (and probably other third-party apps, too) - or won't they accept to replace the drive as long as their own diagnostic program (which I guess isn't more detailled at the Genius bar) gives a red alert or I already experience "physical" HDD problems? Any tips for a good argumentation here? I would really hate to have my HDD crashed only some weeks after AppleCare expires, especially in this case with "announcement". Would be some other thing if I was able to replace it myself, but built in my iMac, it's a different thing ... Thanks in advance for any help, highly appreciated!