I have a Late 2008 MBP/2.53 Ghz and prefer to use tap to click/2 finger secondary tap. When running Leopard OS I had no trackpad issues, but after upgrading to Snow Leopard (currently on v.10.6.6), linked webpages and files/folders open when my second finger (accidentally) touches the trackpad even when I am still (one finger) navigating. In addition, if I am scrolling with 2 fingers and pause, sometimes the whole hyperlink area will highlight and sometimes activate. I don't recall this ever happening with Leopard, and it is very frustrating. My parents have SL installed natively on their MBP, and from memory, I believe that their trackpad does not behave like this. I posted about this previously a few months back and there didn't seem to be a solution (there's also a lengthy thread in the Apple Support forum with no solution) and I therefore decided to revert back to the Leopard OS. However, I recently had a Genius Bar appointment about different issues (screen flicker and SuperDrive not working), and so I reinstalled SL to inform the Genius about the trackpad behaviour (but at that time I hadn't really tested as to when the links/files/folders accidentally activate - I thought it was just random), the Genius guy said he would look into the issue of it being over sensitive, and I now have the MBP back but there's no change with the trackpad issue. It's only now that I have concluded links/folders activate when my 2nd finger touches the trackpad whilst the first finger is currently navigating. I trust the Javavirtualmachine differences can be ignored when running Disk Utility as it's non critical, or could these issues be having an effect? My Applecare runs out in November, and I really want this issue resolved before then. My nearest Apple Store is 20 miles away and so I don't want to waste a journey if this can be resolved at home. So what I need to know before deciding to go to Apple again I guess, is this behaviour normal with SL? If it is, maybe I need to check my parents MBP again to lay my concerns to rest. I hope I have made some sense with the above! Any help/advice will be greatly appreciated.