My hard drive was clicking like crazy the other night and was very very slow accessing information. It has been making strange sounds for a couple of weeks now (vibrating noise). Anyway, the other night I had enough and did a secured RMA with Western Digital, where they hold my credit card number and when I receive the new drive, I ship back the old one. If I don't ship back within 30 days then they charge my card. So while the new drive was in route, the old drive started working just fine. No more noise, no more clicking. I DID NOT touch the drive in any way, I didn't even open the case. It just decided to start working. Now the new drive is here. What do I do? Does WD check every drive that comes in? If it works for them, are they going to charge my card - because in that case, I will just keep the old one too. Or will they just assume that it is defective and give the customer the benefit of the doubt? Oh, and this hard drive is 3 years old and the warranty expires next month.