Hi, I am wondering if i could add a SECOND drive, specifically an SSD drive, since SSD are so expensive i cannot just replace the HDD, therefore i want to add something in the neighborhood of the 32GB for system + apps, and then leave the HDD for MP3s and Videos. I know that there is no extra space for SATA drives in the MBP, I have also seen people that have removed the optic drive and used certain kind of adaptor to add a SATA drive, however though i think the optic drive is worthless i still wouldn't like to mutilate my mac, specially having the "slot loading" hole with no function what so ever, therefore that option is out of the table. I have seen however some other alternatives such as express card SSD and some kind of SSD that are not SATA drive but look kind of a circuit board (like ram, just a bit bigger,) the express card sounds easy to do, however so far i have only seen small ones available (~16, transcend i believe) and i have heard they are not much faster than a regular HDD connected to USB port since express card is ~300MBs bus, however i am hoping that the decrease in latency would worth it, the other option requires some kind of port that i dont even know if exist, so here is my question... do you know what that port is? some kind of PC PCI/MBP equivalent? how hard is to add the SSD to that port, can it be done at all? does it exist? whats the name? etc. please help.