QUOTE(chronno @ Sep 16 2009, 03:57 PM)
With how I see some people treat their 360s with the dirt and the grime and the enclosed spaces and the banging around (and the intentional damage done by people on this site), that will never happen.
The dirt and grime have very little to do with it. I've seen tons of 360s in bad environments that are working fine since launch still, and others that look brand new which are RRoD'd already (and everything in-between).
The reason they die is because of several design flaws, which "dirt and grime" don't affect nearly as much as the hazards produced by the xbox itself (uneven mount points, heat, flimsy heatsink holds with little support, etc).
The only guaranteed way to avoid the RRoD (for now) is to not turn on the 360, ever