No problemo guys. If you all have the same issue, then hopefully it all gets fixed. I do have one bit of advice though. It took my dealership 6hrs of diagnostic to isolate the problem, and they only did that after
they heard the noise. Given that the diagnostic takes a while, you want to be sure that they hear
the noise in question, and not just hope that they hear it during the time they have it.
It might be best to take the car to the dealership the next time you hear the noise, and not wait for the appointment. I would just take it there and leave it running at the dealership until a tech comes out to hear it. That way there would be no confusion. Don't know how feasible that is for you guys, but thought I would throw it out there.