i'm really hoping i'm not alone here. as soon as i got my new mbp last week i started experiencing some major performance and other issues. 1. random temporary freezes: this is quite random but happens about 3-4 times a day. when launching an application or doing something within an application (like loading a page in safari or changing a playlist in iTunes), i get the spinning beachball and the *entire system* becomes unresponsive for about 30 seconds. at first i thought it was the hard drive waking up but i disabled it going to sleep so that's not it. 2. application crashes: it doesn't really matter what app it is, it crashed multiple times on me since last week. iTunes, safari, xcode, you name it. 3. USB peripheral settings: i'm not sure what they did in this revision but when i attach a peripheral in a USB port, its settings are no longer remembered (as they were on my MBP 4,1). one example is the Creative Xmod. attaching it does nothing now while before it automatically changed all the sound settings to output to that device. 4. headphone jack woes: attaching headphones 3 out of 4 times does nothing. the sound still comes out of the laptop speakers (which is the better case) or it doesn't come out at all. i tried two different pairs of headphones and have the same problem. it takes a few ins and outs before i get the system to recognize the headphones and have the sound actually going to them. 5. windows 7 via boot camp: can't get the graphics working for the life of it. i installed the latest boot camp tools (3.1) and the nVidia chip simply won't get recognized. i read that people have the opposite problem - the 330m chip is constantly on. maybe the graphics is the problem on my machine... before you all start telling me to run memory and other system checks, i ran them all. everything came out "OK." this seems like either the OS not playing nice with the hardware or something is not wired correctly. anyone else having any or all of these problems on their 6,2 revision of macbook pro?