In September I bought a 500GB Western Digital Scorpio Blue from Newegg.com. Removed the stock 250GB Fujitsu and popped in the WD drive, closed laptop, booted up, popped the installer disk in and went about the install. Then it said "Select the disk where you want to install Mac OS X" and the area is blank, no disk able to be selected. Annoyed, I took the new drive out, popped the old one in. Booted up, perfect. Popped new one in, trying once again, no luck. Put old one in, called Newegg they sent me a replacement. I now do it again. EXACT SAME RESULT. Is it the drive? Is it Newegg? Is it my MacBook Pro? I'm finding this really annoying. What could I be doing wrong? I unscrew the screws and pull the cover off laptop, unscrew the bridge that secures the hard drive, pull out the SATA connector, unscrew the mounting screws, put the mounting screws in the new HDD, plug in the SATA connector, mount the HDD, put the bridge securing the HDD back in, put the back cover for notebook on, screw that on. Pop Snow Leopard install disk in, turn notebook on. Still doesn't recognize it. What is the deal? Please help guys, I'm incredibly annoyed with Newegg.