Okay, random question, how shock-resistant are laptop hard drives? The reason as I ask is with my Lenovo Y570 laptop, I've never actually used it on my lap, oddly enough. But this is due to paranoia, such is the way I go it seems. Obviously, some laptops tend to freak out and end up with a BSOD if the HDD stops spinning in response to thinking it's being dropped. To be honest, I'm indecisive of doing that with my Y570, but keep in mind that I do keep it well ventilated thanks to the laptop cooler, so I'd use that on top of lap as well, so as to avoid getting burned skin. Would it be a detriment at all to keep it on my lap while I play games and/or if I move it around while playing? Obviously I would never move it violently or have sudden jolts as that can damage the HDD. What are your guys thoughts? I mean yeah, granted, laptops were meant for laps, but as to what extent is considered safe to do to a laptop while the HDD is being accessed during a movie or a game, I'm unsure.