I purchased my iPad 2 on launch day, and for the past four months I have been very happy with it. I had no issues whatsoever with the iPad, and have no screen bleed, which with so many reports of screen bleeding issues, I felt very lucky. That was until last week. I was at work, my iPad had been laying (facedown on it's Smartcover) for about two hours. I had used the iPad probably around 2PM to post a few items in "Numbers", and had to go back to the Numbers app and put a few more items in. When I picked the iPad up I had the triangular "!" and the message said "iPad needs to cool down before you can use it". I thought that was very odd. My iPad did not feel warm at all to the touch, and it had been on my desk for the past two hours, untouched, in air conditioning. I thought it was weird, but the message went away about ten minutes later and I continued my work. Sunday (yesterday), same problem, but this time I was in my house. I used the iPad for about twenty minutes to play a game, placed it on my coffee table, went to the bathroom, came back and the message that the iPad needed to cool down before use was there. My house is air conditioned and the iPad wasn't even by a window or anything. And again, the iPad was not even warm to the touch. So I created a case ID with Express Lane last night on Apple.com and chose the option that I would call. Since I am past 90 days, I would have to purchase a single incident phone support, however I chose the option of this call being an exception for something I think warranty should cover. I will call tonight, as this happened again about a half hour ago. But has anyone heard of this? Could my iPad be overheating inside and causing this, or could this just be a faulty sensor? Also, I have never had my original or this iPad replaced, so to anyone who has I have a question. Over the phone, are they going to want me to send this in for repair and then either repair it or send me a new one, or if they are going to replace it do they offer to put a hold on my card, send me a replacement and then have me send the old one back. My problem is, I work from home three days a week, and I use Pages and Numbers on my iPad for most of the stuff that I do. Numbers is very important for my daily use, and I really can't be without my iPad for a week or two. I have an Apple store about an hour and a half away, but the only time for me to really get down there is a Sunday, and my next two Sunday's I have prior commitments that are more important than the iPad. I believe the issue will be verifiable, when they plug the iPad into their system it should show the overheating, so I can understand the need to verify, but I really can't be without my iPad for more than a few days (mainly because of work). Any suggestions? Should I just wait until I get a chance to go to the Apple store, or will I have luck calling? Thanks for any help guys!