Here's the skinny... Thankfully my own personal 360 is perfectly fine. The issue is a white 360 I picked up from my fiancee's brother. It turns out that even though it was made much later, it still seems to be the same revision of just about everything to my own Elite 360. Same board, same DVD drive. It does turn on fine... but for some reason the DVD drive doesn't open when I try to eject it. Now, when I opened it up, I was surprised to see it was the same kind of DVD drive as in my personal 360 - a 7k liteon. So it seems that if I try to open the DVD drive shell enough, I can get it to eject and go back in no problem. Except... then I can't put it back together again, and I can't say that would be good for holding the disc steady when actually trying to read something there. So... here's the deal. Before this, I had already picked up a BenQ drive from a busted 360 that I was going to use to rip my own games, but otherwise it's basically sitting back in a corner. Right now it would be expensive, and take a while, before I could get a replacement lite-on 7k, and with the way Amazon lists things, I'm not entirely able to guarantee I'll get a lite-on 7k. Or, I could possibly spoof this BenQ to behave as a LiteON 7k for this one to at least make use of it in the meantime. But I know that was kind of a big issue back then... so has there been a solution to that? Or is it still a case of where I will have to wait until I can get another LiteOn drive?