hey wassup man? If toyota wants to be a "penis" about charging you an inspection fee, which i don't think should be more than 100 dollars, but if they do, they should only charge you if in fact they find that it is the clutch that is giving you warranty. This is only because the clutch is a normal wear and tear item like your brake pads, and it will not be covered under warranty. However, if they do find, which i think it is your problem, that it is your synchros and bearings that are giving you trouble then they SHOULD NOT charge you the inspection fee and should fix it under warranty. Also, a technician and service writter that I'm cool with at my local toyota dealership sed to me when i had trouble with my tranny and engine that i should keep bringing my car back for them to look at, even though they keep returning my car and stating on the report that "problem cannot be duplicated" it will still be recorded that I tried on many occasions to try and fix the problem. He said, "If, you have problems after your warranty, like you have problems at 65,000 miles, the dealership will look at how many times you came in as well as if you have been servicing your car with us, then they will MOST LIKELY fix it under 'good will' for free." So, basically, the story is, if they say that it is the clutch and have you pulled into buying a new clutch and for some odd reason you find that the problem no longer exists, but you find out later after your warranty that it is your synchros, i'm sure that your dealership could do it under "good will" if they like you, but thinking now, i don't think they will if they are going to charge you an "inspection charge." When I brought me car in countless times for belt tensioner, tranny, and engine noises, they constantly reported "could not duplicate" and they NEVER charged me an inspection fee or any fee of any kind. Good luck. And sorry for the long post.