I have a 2.4GHz Penryn MBP. It has a ton of issues, but it seems Apple's notebooks generally do. I have had heat issues, but nothing more than the usual (apparently). Now, this morning, like every other morning, I unplugged my external monitor, closed the lid, disconnected my Bluetooth Mighty Mouse, and waited for the light to begin pulsing, indicating the thing was asleep. I then put it inside its case, in my bag. When I got to work an hour later, I took the laptop out to find that it had turned itself on, and was scorching hot. When I say hot, I mean I almost dropped it when I pulled it out of my bag, and the fans were doing 6000 RPM for sure. I immediately held down the power button - and let me tell you, even holding that metal button down for six seconds actually hurt. It turned off, and I pulled the battery out and let the thing air. The thing smelled like melted PCB. I'm on the machine now, half an hour later, and all is working well (or as usual, at least), so I don't think it did any damage, despite the outer casing hitting in the neighborhood of 110-120ºC - but I have to figure out a way to stop the damn thing from waking up from sleep as it pleases, this is not the first time this has happened. I just need it to 'force sleep', and not wake up until I physically open the lid. It doesn't seem that odd of a request to me. I'd really rather not have to shut down the computer each end every time I move it, that's a few times a day and my MBP doesn't exactly boot gracefully (but that's another story). 'Allow Bluetooth to wake this computer' is off, and that other setting - 'Allow wake on network access' or something along those lines - is also off. Any ideas would be appreciated, thank you in advance!