Hey all, My mid 2012 MacBook Pro is giving me a fit of trouble. It all started a couple weeks ago. I was trying to import some raw image files and look through them in preview and the MacBook kept freezing completely, thus forcing me to manually power off by holding the power button. I've had some odd issues for awhile now, so I backed up all my data and wiped the drive to start with a fresh install. One of those odd issues is that I need to reset the PRAM (CMD-OPT-P-R while rebooting) every time I want to insert a SD card or the card doesn't show up on my desktop. That seemed to help for a little while, but the issues have all come back, and much worse. Fast forward to yesterday, I was trying to transfer roughly 30 gb of video footage from the SD card to the desktop, and the MacBook froze again. Forced restart. Opened the program. Froze again. Forced restart. Being to render project. Froze. Forced restart. At this point the login screen started freezing. Sometimes I could type my password in and then it would freeze. Sometimes it would load into the login screen and freeze before I could do anything. Tried to run first aid on the disk from recovery mode, but only the recovery partition showed as available. The actual HDD was greyed out. I eventually booted into safe mode, which took probably 20 minutes to log in, and ran first aid and it said everything was fine. Safe mode is running painfully slow. SMART status on the drive says not supported. I tried running apple hardware diagnostics by holding D while restarting. It made it two minutes, and completely froze. Left it all night thinking it might just need some time and no dice. I'm starting get concerned that either my logic board or hard-drive is on the way out. Any pointers on direction? Not sure what steps to take next.