Hi guys! Received a brand new mid 2014 MBPr 13" 128GB earlier this week. I'm new to Mac and new to SSD, but I noticed some sounds which made me wonder, if they are supposed to be there? When I turn on the Macbook, there's a short spinning sound on the right side of the trackpad. It almost sounds like a HDD spinning up, but my guess is it's a fan, and that the sound is suppose to be there? When I wake up the Macbook from sleep, there's a short click. Seems to come from the left side next to the trackpad. Is it the SSD that connects or something like that? When I transfer a large amount of files, or run Blackmagic Speed Test, there's a strange sound coming from the left of the trackpad. I'm quite sure it's not a fan. It's not very loud, but when I sit in a silent room, I can hear it clearly. I can best describe it as the sound of a coffee vacuum pot/thermo, which makes this distinct sound after a while after you close the lid. If I boot the computer and run Blackmagic, the sound is not there immediately, but after hitting start/stop a few times, it's there. It stops immediately when I press stop. Afterwards I can also hear the sound briefly, even if I open a small document in Pages. My best bet is that it's the SSD, since the sound is only there, when I read/write on the drive. But shouldn't the SSD be inaudible? No moving parts. Finally, the charger makes a strange noise. It's mostly there, when the computer is fully charged, and the charger is still connected. The sound seems to change character, when I scroll on a page. It not very loud, but it sounds almost like an old 56k modem.