Hey all, I got a new MBP 2 weeks ago and I swapped the original hard drive (Toshiba 750GB) into the optical bay, and put an SSD in the main bay. I used a Nimitz Optical Bay Caddy, it's similar to the MCE Optibay. I did this the day after I got the computer, so I hardly ever used the HDD in its normal configuration. Everything was ok for a week or so, then the system started stalling (beachball) at random times when I tried to access something on the HDD. It was happening more and more often, so I ran SMART Utility and it said the drive is "FAILING" and has some bad sectors. I powered off and on and now the volume/partition on that drive is completely gone and I can't access it. So I guess the drive is hosed. Is there any way to know what caused the failure? I want to try and restore everything to original configuration and take it back to Apple to see if I can get a replacement hard drive. But my concern is that the optibay caused this drive to fail, and it would do the same to any new drive I put in there. Is there any way to know this? It could have just been a bad drive, I only had it for 2 weeks. I don't think I caused any damage during the swap, it went smoothly -- but I guess that's also a possibility. Any suggestions on what I should do?