Hi all. Is is a good idea to use FileVault 2 on an SSD ? Since TRIM is use to tell the drive to wipe out blocks "not in use", basically the opposite of how hard drives still store deleted data in sectors, they just wipe out the contents to make it invisible to the OS), and the fact that FV encrypts on the drive anyway of SSD's, will using FV slow down performance? Plus, the fact you can use Disk repair or maintenance utilities like SpinRite, on a SSD, "the term going round is it will severely affect the life of the drive", how come its ok to securely zero out data, or securely empty the trash, on them then ? OK, you may be securely wiping only 1 file over the course of say x month, which may not be too bad, but still, this would still effect the drives loge, would it not? Where do you draw the line? Since HD's has nothing to worry about.