Okay, so my new MacBook Pro arrived today: 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4GB 667 DDR2 SDRAM - 2x2GB 160GB Serial ATA Drive@5400rpm SuperDrive 8X 15" Widescreen Display Everything was working fine, and I was testing out lots of different things without any problems for hours, but I had not yet thought to try the CD/DVD Drive. Then I decided to open up iDVD just to look around, and it told me no DVD burning device was detected but I could continue anyway. I knew there was a problem now, and so I checked the stats under "About This Mac" and found the following under Disc Burning: No burning device was found. If you are using an external device please make sure that it is connected and powered properly. Now I knew there was a problem. So i took out a blank CD-R to test it and slowly fed it into the drive to see if it caught. To my surprise, it sucked up the CD as if everything was normal. However, it has since shown no sign that the CD is inside, and pushing the eject putton does nothing. So the CD is now inside the computer with no way to access or eject it, and the CD/DVD drive shows no sign of life. (and presumably it never has) Has anyone ever heard of this happening before? Any advice? Would they be able to fix this at the apple store in the morning? Thank you in advance to anyone who can help!