On Friday, I was driving my 2007 9-3 on the highway (very light traffic around me, at about 70 mph) when my sunroof exploded. By "exploded", I mean, shattered almost completely, leaving a rather large hole (over a foot wide) in my sunroof (though the outside borders of the glass are still intact). I do not believe there was a rock or an other object that hit the sunroof when it shattered. It just popped. Much of the glass went upward and out of the car, but some pieces fell into my (and my passenger's) lap, head, etc. Has anyone ever heard of this happening before. I saw a post from last year on the 9-5 board that looked like a similar circumstance, and it appears the owner had to make an insurance claim. My initial discussions with the dealer is that this is not covered by warranty. Their basis is that since they've never heard of such an occurrence, it "must have been" a rock or object of some kind. I find that argument silly (a self-fulfulling prophecy so to speak), but that's at least their initial comment on it. I (and my other passenger) am convinced it had nothing to do with an object causing the hole. A hole of this size would have to be caused by a brick, not a pebble (and I most certainly would've noticed a brick). Does anyone have any tips on how I can get this handled by Saab? Do I have any chance at getting this covered by warranty? Also, has anyone had this happen to them before, and perhaps might have a comment on what might have caused it? I'm just somewhat at a loss here, and I'm looking for any advice people could offer. Thanks.