Hello all, I have been having some "heat issues" with the T5010 for some time now. I know that it is quite common for the left-sided palm rest to become quite warm. I have experienced this and it was becoming quite irritating. I ended up undervolting my CPU and that has helped a little bit, but I would still like to rid my tablet of this heat as much as possible. It seems that the HDD may be the problem. Currently my HDD temp is sitting at 48 degrees (which SpeedFan marks as hot) while my CPUs are at 42/44 after undervolt. I also seem to feel some sort of movement (spinning) under my wrist (very slight but I can still feel it) so this makes me think that it may be the HDD. Would someone be able to comment on whether the HDD is located in this position? I couldn't seem to find it in Fujitsu's manual. I am actually interested in knowing if people who have replaced the standard 5400 rpm HDD with an SSD have noticed an improvement with the temperature issue. I love this tablet but the heat issue is starting to irritate me as I begin to use the tablet for extended periods of time. It doesn't help that I already have quite bad wrists. I am willing to buy an SSD if it does solve the problem -- as there are many other benefits of an SSD and I was thinking of one already, just I shouldn't be spending so much money again -- but if it does not and I cannot solve this, I may end up selling this thing at the end of this school year. Thanks!