MacBook Pro Retina hangs while opening mounted share or USB drive

I have a Macbook Pro Retina that I just updated to 10.8.2 over the past weekend.  Now, when I try to open a mounted SMB share or USB drive, the system hangs completely!  I had the system set to auto-reconnect my network shares, so when this started happening the system would hang right after login.  I was able to get in with Safe Boot and disable the auto-connect, so at least I can work now, but not being able to use a flash drive is really getting on my nerves.  Any ideas?

I just ran a few tests to confirm my suspicion that this is a sleep problem for me and found that my rMBP will restart as soon as it has entered the sleep cycle.  Set it to auto sleep after 10 minutes and it will restart at 10 minutes, set it to sleep at 3 minutes and it will restart at 3 minutes.  Command it to sleep and it will restart.
So for me at least there is a workaround and that is to set sleep to "never".  The display still sleeps but my mac keeps running.  So that's not a solution but it is a workaround, and if I want it to shutdown and not restart I either hold the powerbutton or take off the power cable and choose shut down from the dropdown menu (it won't restart on battery power, it'll just shut down).
I hope that helps someone else!  And I hope it helps the engineers to diagnose and actually solve the very long running problem for us all..

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