I have to take my Late '08 MBP in for Warranty support next week because my Superdrive isn't reading media consistently I can put the same blank DVD in 10 times and 9 times it'll spit it out. I've tried various brands, DVD-R, DVD-DL, CD's - its definitely got to be the drive itself.. (It also used to work perfectly with some of this same media..) Anyway - A few months back I upgraded my HD to a 500GB drive (the burner still worked for weeks after that, I just started having an issue within the last 10 days or so) - I know the HD upgrade doesn't fully void the warranty on my MBP (only the HD), but my question is, do I need to take the 500GB Drive out? I'm going to assume this isn't something that will get fixed on the spot, they'll probably have to send it in... I have a backup of all of my data but my fear is not getting the 500GB drive back! I don't mind putting the original drive back, I'd just rather not if I don't have to.. I don't want to risk screwing up something else by doing the swap back and forth unnecessarily!