I'll keep this brief, but this is my first experience with the Genius Bar so I'm trying to find out if my expectations were off or if this is an atypical situation. The MacBook Pro in my signature, still under warranty, has a faulty SuperDrive. The machine won't read discs, but strangely it'll burn them. So, last week I stopped in the local Apple store, the Genius agreed the drive needed to be replaced and ordered the part. Now, I asked if they would mind calling me when the part came in so that I could use the machine in the mean time, and they agreed to do so. However, when I talked to the store today, I was told that the part is indeed in, but that I will need to leave my machine with them for 3-5 days. I like to think I am fairly patient and reasonable with my expectations, but repair queue or not, this is something that they should be able to replace in under an hour, in my opinion. Further, I'm in the middle of my grad program and really can't go a business week without my machine right now. Is this typical for the Apple Store? I'm headed over there tonight and I really must say that if the part is in stock, and I still need to leave it there for 3-5 days despite having asked to be called when the part was in and they were ready to do the repair, I'm going to be disappointed. This is my second Apple, and my wife is on her third, and this is the first repair experience we've had between the three of us.