I've noticed something particularly odd... I was trying to install a game (Doom 3) while running Windows 7 Professional (64-bit) on my late 2008 MBP today. I inserted the disc, it spins and attempts to read it for about a minute, then ejects the disk. Cleaned the disk, etc. and it does the same thing. Frustrated, I try it in my old, Windows-based laptop and it reads fine. Figuring I might as well try a shot in the dark, I boot into OS X just to see if there's any chance I can read the disc. I put it in and it immediately reads and mounts it with no issue whatsoever. Boot back into Windows 7, and the CD mounts and loads (having previously been mounted and loaded under OS X without ejecting it, mind you). On a hunch, I eject the disc and re-insert it while still in Windows, and it refuses to read/mount the disc again, just ejecting it. This is extremely bizzare to me, as it is a "Windows" CD that isn't even scratched, but the only way the SuperDrive will accept it is under OS X. Anyone have any ideas?