I had to buy an MBP for school. We got them Aug 2008 so I think they are April? 2008 models (all silver not unibody - Intel). So I had my superdrive replaced once under warranty before, wouldn't read discs. Ever since we got the laptops the metal bends very easily over the slot of the disc drive, not one person in our class has a pristine cd slot. When they fixed the drive (along with a whole host of other problems ) back about a year ago they tried to improve the bend a bit. Mine has some marks on it too from pulling out discs that got stuck back before they sort of fixed the metal to an extent where the cd can eject. Fast forward one year to today, I put in a dvd for the first time in a while and it reads a-ok. Then I go to eject, the os recognizes and ejects. However it apparently is now stuck. Nothing can get it out...and there was important info on the cd - and I can't even read it. Probably the metal being bent again. What a joke. Now I have to drive an hour to the apple store, lose the laptop for 2 weeks all the while I am studying for board exams....this sucks. The drive makes noise every once in a while like it thinks somethings there but cant get it out.