I'm doing some upgrades to my MP storage on a very limited budget, and could use some feedback. I have about $250 to spend and am considering the following options: 1) OWC 120 GB SSD for OS/Apps 2) 3TB Hitachi HDD for Time Machine 3) ATI 5770 for gaming My current setup is two 1TB HDDs for system/data and media, and one 2TB HDD for TM. I'm coming close to needing more capacity, so the idea of the 3TB drive would be to make it my TM drive, put my two 1TB drives in RAID 1 for my system and critical data, and have the 2TB be my media drive. That would give me two points of failure on my most critical documents. I've been having problems with sluggish system performance and would love to have the speed boost from the SSD, although I acknowledge that it would be a bit of a luxury. I've heard that OWC is going to come out with new SSDs soon based on the new Sandforce controller - can anyone confirm this with some sort of timeline? The thought is if I go with the SSD and get by on the limited capacity, then I can get a 4TB HDD when they come out, allowing me to use the full capacity of my existing three disks. Does anyone know of a timeline for the appearance of 4TB drives? I'm not a heavy gamer by any means, but the ATI Radeon HD 2600 in my machine is getting tired, and I'm wanting to play Diablo III when it comes out, so I'm anticipating needing a new card. I can only afford a 5770 - is the jump to the 5780 so big that I should hold off and save up more? I'm almost evenly split between the three options, and really I'm going to do all of them eventually, but I need to decide on order. These are luxury upgrades, as in none of them are essential to my work. I'm leaning towards SSD, then HDD, then 5770 (or whatever's out by then). Thoughts?