Hello. I'm after a bit of advice on whether I should send my MacBook Pro, bought in November 2007, back to Apple so they can remove this god-forsaken not-so-Superdrive and put in a proper one. I've read that a lot of Pro owners have problems similar to the ones I have where most media just won't read and is spat back out. The problem I have is that I replaced the stock 120gb HDD with a WD 320gb version. What I am asking is, would Apple refuse to repair/replace the superdrive even if I am entitled to it, declaring a void warranty? Or will they accept it as functioning (which it is) and just carry out the work as needed? I know this is a bit of a grey area when it comes to the Macbook Pro and the HD replacement. Thanks in advance.