Hi all, first of all, sorry for the post as I know that there are a lot of threads out there already about this. However, I'm going to be adding an ssd in my 2011 mac mini in the next few days and I'm a bit stressed about the whole prospect. I've bought the necessary bottom flex cable from Vis and a Crucial m4 128gb ssd and the necessary torx screwdrivers etc. I've got the 2.5 i5 mac mini with the 6630 graphics card, with the stock 500gb 5400 hdd. Can I just check the following process is right. 1. Fit the drive using this video as a guide: http://www.techdc.com/2011-mac-mini-hard-drive-upgrade-video 2. Boot up the mac mini in the normal way using the existing hdd and use disk utility to format the new ssd. 3. Clone my existing hdd with super duper onto the new ssd. 4. Use system preferences to set the new ssd as the start up disk. 5. Reboot from the new ssd and then erase the existing hdd which will now be used for data storage. Is this the right way to go? Can anyone foresee any problems with this? Any thoughts or observations would be gratefully received, as I'm planning to do this in a couple of days and would love to head off any issues before I start taking the mini apart. Many thanks.