Well, I haven't had any problems with CV boots on my Insight (approaching 54,000 miles at this point), but I used to have bad problems on a Subaru I had in high school. Of course, then I was going around corners screeching wheels, etc., so that stands to reason. Just make sure you get the boot replaced before damage is done to the joint itself, because its way cheaper to replace a boot rather than the joint. Once the boot is unsealed, allowing dirt and grime into the boot and up into the joint, its only a matter of time until a more dire problem presents itself. Don't stretch it too long with the clicking and popping sound, or soon you'll hear more grinding sounds and not long after that will probably destroy the joint and end up on the side of the road. I found that out the hard way.