Hey guys, Hopefully someone can help me with this. I got my first ever Mac after the Feb update and am loving it so far. A few days after I got it I was installing some software and put a CD into the disk drive. There was this horrible crunching and cracking sound as the CD went in. However, the CD was read and worked fine, no scratches when it came out either. I have since been using my MBP and the disk drive everyday with the annoying sound always there. The reason I didn't get it replaced initially was because (1) I really needed a computer to type my thesis. (2) I live in Ireland where we have no Apple stores and didn't want to be without a computer for as long as it took to replace/repair. (3) I will be moving to London after the Summer where they do have Apple stores and had planned to have it looked at then. Everything was going fine until I took the MBP out of its case today. You can see from the pictures what has happened. It looks like the top of the disk drive is collapsing. I am soooooo overly protective of my MBP, when I'm not using it it's in its case. It hasn't been dropped. Has anyone got any suggestions as to what I should do. I need my MBP until the end of May for college and cannot be without it for one day. I am going away from June to September so my MBP will not be used at all. I will move to London in September. I am thinking That the best thing to do is wait until I get to London and bring it to an Apple store. What do you guys think? Thanks for any replies.