Hey guys, The other day I was downloading something on my Windows 7 VM (Fusion). The screen went to sleep (as usual), but when I went to wake it up (pressing the space bar) nothing happened. I pressed it a couple times, then all of a sudden my Mac restarted. It went to the Apple logo, then went blank and sat there for a while (about 10 minutes). Has ever taken that long to boot before. So I held down the power button and restarted again....same thing. Tried to boot into safe mode, nothing. Even tried to boot into recovery/internet recovery and that wouldn't even boot. Same outcome as trying to do a regular boot. I even tried to boot from a USB thumb drive of Lion I had laying around (try to get to disk utility) and still nothing. I've tried resetting NVRAM and SMC, ran FSCK and nothing. After FSCK, it boots to logo, goes blank, sits there for about 3-5 minutes, then shuts off. I did take the HD out and attach it to my parent MBP via USB, boot to startup manager and chose the HD (which did boot). Placed the HD back into my MBP and still didn't boot. I ran extended Apple Hardware Test and all came back fine. I am going to do one more test by removing my HD and putting into my brothers MBP (he has the same model as I do) to see if it boots, after which I will wipe my HD (after backing up my files) and try to reinstall the OS from scratch. Has anyone ran into this problem or does anyone know what the problem might be? Could it be a hardware issue? Maybe the HD controller got corrupted (which I'm hoping it is) and reinstall is required? Any/all thoughts are appreciated.