I have lost two Superdrives, and now this new one is acting up. I am getting the following error message after the verification has started: This disc can't be verified and might be unreliable. Try again using a new blank disc (error code 0x80020063). Could not open the data fork of "<unable to get file path>" (-43). It looks like an OS X problem, but I don't know. Should I be worried that my discs are corrupt? The data looks like it's there, but I have no other way to verify except by manually looking at the files and assuming that there is no corruption. The other problem is that it takes about 18 seconds for the disc to spin up, and this isn't the only system that I've noticed this happening to. My old CD drive from 10 years ago would spin up in about 5 seconds. Now it's a waiting game while the disc whirs and jiggles and makes assorted chunk-hummmm-squeak noises. I have a similar problem with a set-top entertainment system. My old DVD drive was very fast to start. The disc would spin up immediately and begin displaying data. Now the new drive starts making the same sorts of noises that the Superdrives are doing - chunk-whirrrrr-chunk-chunk-whirrrrr-squeak-squeak-whirrrr. About 10-12 seconds later, I can finally access the disc. I mean, what is it doing in there? Just find the header and display the data! On a related issue, is there anyone who doesn't outsource optical drive production to China and who will actually provide an adequate warranty for its products? I'm going through a warranty claim now and I've spent more money trying to get a replacement than it would've cost me to buy a new drive. I think that's what they want, and they expect you to just throw away the broken drive and buy a new one. I'm so tired about how cheap everything is getting in the computer industry. It's not cheaper when it costs money to fix and replace things that could have been manufactured with better quality and reliability.