My wife works (literally) with HUGE Photoshop files that take immense amounts of time to open or save working from a hard disk. So, I made a considerable investment last month in a maxed-out iMac with Lion that would support her workflow--which has all of her user files on (in?) the desktop. (We go back to 1984 and the original OS.) BUZZZZZZZZZZZ. I won't work because the Solid State Drive is too small to handle the Home Folder that contains her desktop. So, using the TAUW workaround, I designated a Home Folder on the Hard Disk and continued to boot from the SSD. It worked well enough until I updated to 10.7.2, which apparently does not allow this workaround. Thanks Apple, but you're preventing us old-timers from leveraging the speed of the SSD. Have I wasted $450 on an SSD? Is anyone aware of a workaround for this problem for 10.7.2?