Well, My 27" Core i3 iMac has been having major instability issues ever since a few months after I bought it (been very busy so was unable to worry about it at the time) and I've been getting Memory Intrusion Error crashes all over the place preventing my work from getting done (LUA coding for Garry's Mod Servers). Today I couldn't even initialize the application so I threw in the Apple Hardware Test for an extended test and 20 minutes later it failed with the following error: I got on the phone with Apple Tech Support so that they could add this to my ticket as I called them on the 4th of June to make my first report of these instability issues. Unfortunately they would not tell me anything about this error, does anyone know what it means? I'm really fed up with this computer now, I've had to reinstall Mac OS X about 12 times now due to the hard drive partitioning failing and I even had to go as far as setting up a 2TB Windows server to backup my files via Time Machine which has saved my ass about 6 times now. Either way, I'm typing off of this computer right now hoping Safari doesn't crash until Time Machine completes it's backup at that time I am going to zero out my entire hard drive and do a fresh install so that I can drop it off at my local Apple Certified Reseller for testing. Needless to say I am a very unhappy Apple customer right now, I'm going to switch over to my trusty PowerMac G4 (They NEVER fail!) until the machine is done being tested. Also got a montage of pictures of the computer failing. This is what it looked like after the partitioning scheme failed (this happened about 8 times) Seriously, Has anyone ever had this many problems with their 27" iMacs?