I've killed yet another XBOX. Admittedly I'm a little of zealous with my methods at dealing with the deaths, I can't be bothered trying to get somewhere with customer support so I make the kills count. That makes two for me, From the people I know they've had various numbers of boxes die over the years, one of them had Seven die in total. Anyhow the problem I'm having is that the actual problem was a 5 minute fix with a bit of glue. The Hitachi DVD drive has a small donut shaped magnetic metal piece that's suppose to align the top spindle with the centre of the moving spindle. Unfortunately for some reason the metal just got sucked right out of the moving spindle due to it's magnetic power and stuck to the top spindle, I had to crack open the case to fix this problem (and of course open up the DVD drive) The problem is now down to Microsoft's DRM methods of controlling the drive with the overall hardware, it no longer believes the drive (or XBOX in general) to be a true XBOX 360 so gives me some tall tale about 'Playing the disc in an XBOX 360'. Admittedly it's interesting to see that it doesn't have the three lights of death and can still play DVD's, unfortunately though it now has it's "Emperor's New cloths" on which basically mean it's no longer got a case, it's stripped bare. I admittedly Felt very near to flinging it against the nearest hard place for a destructive ends to yet another box, however I'm putting it off just in case I can resolve the problem. Anyhow I think I'm going to be back to PC gaming and Modification at least for the most part they are easier to fix and you can DIY all you like.