My Macbook Pro is amazing. But uhm. I think it has a problem? I'm begining to wonder if the CD drive in it is faulty. When I insert a disc, it makes a horrible crunching sound, and it sounds like the mechinisms inside of it are all messed up. Attached is a quick recording I hosted on putfile and made in quicktime. Sorry for not being able to hear it without cranking the volume, thats as loud as it would go with my internal mic. http://media.putfile.com/DriveSound Aside from the strange sounds i've had since day one, (it's almost a month old now.) I just recently started to burn DVD's of materials that I no longer need. However, while burning, this seems to happen randomly, but it will discontinue the burning session because of "being unable to read disc" error blah blah. At first I thought this was because of the heat, but this happend once after I just turned on my Macbook from a total shutdown, and started a burn session. I wish I had taken a screenshot. Will Apple fix my problem? If so, will it cost me anything? And, will they have to reformat the drive, or touch anything else? How long will it take? I just switched over from a Windows based PC, so I have a lot of data on my laptop that would take forever to send back again. Not to mention, I would be totally mac-less for however long the repair takes. I'm not regreting my purchase, I knew buying it that it was a Rev.A, just now that I found a problem. I would like it fixed, or at least some help.